Coronavirus: Third case reported in Kerala

Coronavirus: Third case reported in Kerala

Amid the two confirmed cases of coronavirus in Kerala, the third case has been reported today, leaving Indians terrified. Kerala Health Minister KK Shailaja has confirmed the third case of coronavirus in India and said that a patient has tested positive in Kerala's Kasargod. A student, who has come from China recently just like the first two cases of coronavirus has been confirmed today.

KK Shailaja said, "The patient is under treatment at the Kanjangad District Hospital in Kasaragod. The patient's condition is stable. The patient had returned from Wuhan, China." Unfortunate that the Kerala government is in pressure since all the three cases of coronavirus have been reported from its state and the public are tensed to the core.

The government has kept around 2,000 people under observation at different hospitals and quarantine facilities. More than 350 people in China have died in China's Wuhan city so far and the virus has already infected over 14,000 people in the country. It has spread to around 25 countries so far, including India and the US.

On the other hand,  Andhra's IT Techie and TLC employee, Annem Jyothi, who was allegedly not allowed to board the two special Air India flights that brought back many Indians from the coronavirus-hit Wuhan as she was running high body temperature, is now seeking help for her early evacuation.