Coronavirus: 405 of the 418 samples test negative, says Kerala government
Kerala health department said 405 of the 418 samples of suspected coronavirus cases sent for testing to National Institute of Virology from Kerala have turned out as negative
Thiruvananthapuram: 405 of the 418 samples of suspected coronavirus cases sent for testing to National Institute of Virology from Kerala have turned out as negative. Kerala health department said that results for the rest, barring three, are awaited.
"Out of three persons in whom the disease was confirmed, two persons have been discharged. One person is stable and the repeat sample results are awaited," according to a release by the health and family welfare department of the Kerala government.
2,276 persons under surveillance:
The release added that till Sunday a total of 2,276 persons have been placed under surveillance, "out of which 2262 are under home isolation and 14 are admitted in designated isolation facilities."
The health condition of all symptomatic persons under isolation is stable, according to the release.
The release added that the ministry of health and family welfare (Centre) has informed the Kerala government that 115 persons belonging to Kerala are currently in quarantine in two camps in Delhi.
These 115 persons have been tested and found negative for coronavirus and they will be allowed to travel back to Kerala on Monday evening.
The persons have been requested to remain in home isolation upon their return.