Kerala: Collector, 20 officials who led Air India Express crash rescue operations test COVID-19 positive

First Published 14, Aug 2020, 2:15 PM

Kerala’s Malappuram district SP U Abdul Karim , district collector K Gopalakrishnan who led Air India Express crash rescue operations have tested COVID-19 positive
 

<p>Kerala’s Malappuram district collector K Gopalakrishnan tested positive for the novel coronavirus on Friday (August 14)</p>

Kerala’s Malappuram district collector K Gopalakrishnan tested positive for the novel coronavirus on Friday (August 14)

<p>Deputy collector, sub collector and 20 other senior officials in the district also have tested positive for COVID-19</p>

Deputy collector, sub collector and 20 other senior officials in the district also have tested positive for COVID-19

<p>After the rescue operations following an Air India Express plane crash in Kozhikode, the officials including the collector had gone into quarantine<br />
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After the rescue operations following an Air India Express plane crash in Kozhikode, the officials including the collector had gone into quarantine
 

<p>Malappuram Superintendent of Police (SP) U Abdul Karim, who led the rescue operations at Karipur airport, tested positive for the novel coronavirus</p>

Malappuram Superintendent of Police (SP) U Abdul Karim, who led the rescue operations at Karipur airport, tested positive for the novel coronavirus

<p>At least two passengers travelling home from Dubai on the ill-fated aircraft had tested positive for the coronavirus</p>

At least two passengers travelling home from Dubai on the ill-fated aircraft had tested positive for the coronavirus

<p>Over 202 people tested positive for COVID-19 in Malappuram district on Thursday (August 13)</p>

Over 202 people tested positive for COVID-19 in Malappuram district on Thursday (August 13)

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