Lucknow: Two Crpf Personnel Returned From Kerala, Andhra Pradesh Infected, 115 People Who Came In Contact Came Out Negative In Antigen Test

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News Desk, Amar Ujala, Lucknow

Published by: Pankaj Srivastava
Updated Wed, 15 Sep 2021 08:04 PM IST

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Deputy CMO Dr. Milindvardhan said that 115 people who came in contact with both the jawans have been tested for antigen. All the reports have come negative.

Two CRPF personnel who returned to the capital on Wednesday from Kerala and Andhra Pradesh have turned out to be corona infected. As a precaution, they have been kept in isolation. Along with this, samples of both have been sent for genome sequencing. Deputy CMO Dr. Milindvardhan said that 115 people who came in contact with both the jawans have been tested for antigen. All the reports have come negative. Now RTPCR test is also being done. With this, the travel history of both the soldiers is being extracted.

There are no symptoms in the soldiers
Both the jawans who turned out to be corona positive have no symptoms of infection. At present, they have been kept in the CRPF camp located in Sarojininagar. At the same time, their samples have been sent for genome sequencing, to find out whether the virus has not changed its form. Its report is expected to come in 15 days.

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Two CRPF personnel who returned to the capital on Wednesday from Kerala and Andhra Pradesh have turned out to be corona infected. As a precaution, they have been kept in isolation. Along with this, samples of both have been sent for genome sequencing. Deputy CMO Dr. Milindvardhan told that 115 people who came in contact with the two jawans have been tested for antigen. All the reports have come negative. Now RTPCR test is also being done. With this, the travel history of both the soldiers is being extracted.

There are no symptoms in the soldiers

Both the jawans who turned out to be corona positive have no symptoms of infection. At present, they have been kept in the CRPF camp located in Sarojininagar. At the same time, their samples have been sent for genome sequencing, to find out whether the virus has not changed its form. Its report is expected to come in 15 days.

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