Delhi Coronavirus Update: How Delhi Case No. 10 May Have Caused a Chain Reaction | Delhi News
According to government data, five of the 30 new Delhi coronavirus cases so far, excluding it, are linked to it. This includes the two daughters of the Dilshad Garden resident, her brother, her mother and a doctor who treated her before they took her to the Guru Tegh Bahadur Hospital with a high fever, cough and shortness of breath.
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While the woman’s son is quarantined at home since he has not exhibited Covid-19 symptoms, according to sources, the doctor became the city’s 30th case. The doctor’s wife and daughter have also shown signs of infection and are at GTB Hospital awaiting test results.
District health officials revealed that 74 people living in the neighborhood of the woman returned to Dubai are under surveillance. “When the woman tested positive for Covid-19, we rushed to her residence to ask her family for the names and addresses of the people who had visited them since March 10, the date of their return from Dubai,” said an official. . “They did not cooperate much, so we had to seek the help of the local police to obtain information. We also used images from CCTV cameras installed near her home to identify some people who needed to be watched. ”
The woman’s brother and mother live in Jahangirpur, northeast Delhi. The people they came into contact with are also being evaluated, the sources said. But one area in particular that may be a true disaster center may be the mohalla clinic, where the doctor who came into contact with the woman consulted the patients.
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Between March 12, when the woman with a fever and cough visited him, and on March 17, when the woman tested positive for the coronavirus, the doctor continued to see patients at the mohalla clinic. Since then, the clinic has been closed and the district surveillance team is trying to obtain the list of patients who visited the facilities during the five days. The number is likely to exceed 100 cases, all possibly infected by the doctor.