India's first coronavirus patient now stable, tests show negative result1 min read 10 Feb 2020, 07:17 PM IST
'The blood test result of the first patient from Thrissur, from the National Institute of Virology testing centre at Alappuzha, shows a negative result. But we need confirmation from the NIV at Pune,' said a health official
34 people are in isolation wards across various hospitals in Kerala
Thrissur: The latest test result of the woman medical student, who arrived here from China's Wuhan region and was the first positive case from India for the novel Coronavirus (nCoV), has come out negative, health officials said on Monday. Her condition was "stable", they said. According to the state health department as of now, 34 people are in isolation wards across various hospitals in the state.
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