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Five tested negative for coronavirus in Mumbai to be discharged: Maharashtra Health Minister Rajesh Tope

Of the five people who have been tested negative, two of them are from Mumbai, the senior health officials informed while stating that these patients were tested positive earlier.

Five tested negative for coronavirus in Mumbai to be discharged: Maharashtra Health Minister Rajesh Tope
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In some relief amid the coronavirus outbreak across the state, Maharashtra Public Health Minister Rajesh Tope informed that five people who were tested negative for the coronavirus or COVID-19 will be discharged soon. These patients were earlier tested positive for the deadly virus. 

Of the five people who have been tested negative, two of them are from Mumbai, the senior health officials informed while stating that these patients were tested positive earlier. 

“However, after proper dosage of medicines have not been tested negative in the last 24 hours,” the Free Press Journal quoted Rajesh Tope. 

The health department officials from the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) said that the reports of two patients who were undergoing treatment for coronavirus at Kasturba Hospital. 

“Through these patients have been tested negative they will be discharged after 14 days, till then they will be kept in the normal ward of the hospital,” said Tope.

Earlier, the Maharashtra Health Minister if needed, the state government will lock down the state.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation amid the coronavirus pandemic and outbreak across the globe while emphasising on the need to take precautions and practise social distancing. 

“Isolate yourself from the world,” Narendra Modi asserted while addressing the nation. Modi asked the Finance Minister to take all necessary action under Economic Response Task Force and urged the people to impose ‘Janta curfew’ on March 22 from 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM as a measure to combat the deadly coronavirus or COVID-19.

Modi also appealed the public not to don’t indulge in panic buying while stating that there is no scarcity of essential commodities.

The railway has decided that no passenger train originating between midnight of March 21 to 10:00 PM on March 22. 

The notification issued by the Union Railways Ministry mentions that the services of intercity and express trains will also be suspended from 4:00 AM on Sunday till 10:00 PM. 

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