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A constable in juhu Mumbai, tested positive of COVID-19

TPE Correspondent

New Delhi April 16th

A constable at Juhu police station in Mumbai has examined positive for coronavirus, an official stated on Thursday.

Other police personnel who were involved with the constable may even be examined, he mentioned. The constable is a resident of Kandivali, he was on leave for past few days. After he began exhibiting signs of coronavirus, his test was carried out which came positive on Wednesday, the official stated.

He at present is admitted to a civic-run hospital. “The constable’s test report has come out positive for coronavirus. Samples of seven to eight other officials, who came in contact with him, will also be sent for testing,” Juhu police station’s senior inspector Pandrinath Wavhal stated.


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