All five Tableegh jamaat members of Udaipur found to be negative
It was another safe day for Udaipur today as non of the tested samples were found to be Coronavirus infected.
5 persons from Udaipur were identified as part of the Nizamuddin Tableegh Jamaat and were put in isolation for testing. However, the city heaved a sigh of relief when all 5 samples were tested negative. It was also confirmed that none of the 5 were present in the Nizamuddin Jamaat, which is at the center of controversy in news for the last three days. All 5 have been kept in quarantine for 14 days a part of the prodecure.
Nizamuddin Tableegh Jamaat matter has kept the news channels across India busy from the time the issue was highlighted.
Doctors across Rajasthan were kept busy though, as 26 news cases were identified across the state.
13 of the new cases belonged to Jaipur, 7 in Churu, 1 each in Alwar and Jodhpur and 4 in Tonk district.
All 4 of those found positive in Tonk were from among the Nizamuddin Tableegh center returnees. 5 persons were taken into isolation after they were identified as returned from the Tableegh centre. 4 of those were found to be positive. All positives have been retained in isolation, while the 5th person has been sent to quarantine for a period of 14 days for the sake of precaution.
Another case has been identified in the Alwar district. The case that returned positive in Jodhpur was among the evacuees from Iran, who are being tested in the Army center of the city.Of the 102 positives in Rajasthan till date, 21 have recovered and now are negative. 11 of those recovered have been discharged from hospital but have been instructed to observe home quarantine.