COVID-19 Alert In Odisha: Third Corona Patient Came In Contact with 112 Persons: Subroto Bagchi
Bhubaneswar: Two days after a 60-year-old man of Bhubaneswar was tested coronavirus positive, the Odisha government on Saturday said that 112 persons had come in contact with him.
Briefing the media here, chief spokesperson on COVID-19 Subroto Bagchi said that out of 112 persons, the patient, a bank employee, had come in contact with his wife and daughter, 32 passengers who had boarded the Indigo flight on his way to Bhubaneswar from Delhi, his driver and three housemaids after reaching his house, 44 staff members during his visit to the bank, seven staffers of the State Assembly, 21 persons during his visit to Kar Clinic and three persons during a medical test at a pathology lab.
“We have prepared a contact sheet of these 112 persons of which the details of 15 persons are yet to be ascertained. Till now, the blood and swab samples of 11 suspected persons have been sent for the test of which one report has been found negative while the reports of 10 are awaited,” he said, adding that the condition of the patient as well as the other two patients is stable.