Patient Condition Stable
After the death of over 300 Chinese citizens, India reported the third case in Kerala.
India has issued a travel alert as the Coronavirus death rate in China rises to 361
Today, India confirmed its third case of the new coronavirus (3 February 2022). KK Shailaja, the state health minister, stated that a male traveler to China’s Wuhan was recently diagnosed with Coronavirus in Kerala.
Shailaja, the health minister, said that the coronavirus patient was being treated at Kanjangad District Hospital in Kasaragod.
The authorities stated that the client is in stable condition. After the death of more than 300 Chinese citizens by fatal coronavirus, this is the third case in Kerala. A person who had previously been to China was also evaluated positively on Sunday.
The epicenter of the breakout is Wuhan, capital of Hubei Province in central China. It has been reported in 24 countries, including India.
China’s coronavirus epidemic killed 361 people, with 57 more. China’s National Health Commission reported that 2,829 new cases of coronavirus had been reported in China on February 2. This brings the total number of infections to 17,205
India issued a new travel advisory Sunday due to the worldwide epidemic. Individuals are asked not to travel to China. Anyone with a history of travel to China after 15 January 2022 could be quarantined.
The main central government also suspended the provision of electronic visas (or e-visas) to Chinese passport holders and candidates for other citizenships who are living in China.
“Due to certain advancements, travel to India via e-visas is temporarily suspended with immediate result. This applies to Chinese passport holders and candidates for other citizenships who are living in the People’s Republic of China,” stated the Embassy of India Beijing on Twitter.
Leading AAI officials informed PTI that the Airport Authority of India has established screening and screening counters at the majority of northeast India’s airports. Aizawl, the capital of Mizoram, stated that two individuals who had returned from China in January have been placed under home quarantine.
After the World Health Company declared the outbreak of the coronavirus as a global epidemic, 600 Indians (primarily students) have been left behind in Wuhan.
The Central Federal government requested all medical facilities in all Union regions (UTs) prepare isolation wards during the global breakout. All guests arriving from China or Hong Kong continued to be evaluated by health authorities at more than 21 airports. The airport staff and migrants have been made aware of the situation and are available for assistance.