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56-year-old From Mumbai's Dharavi Tests Positive For Coronaviurs, Building Sealed

Other 7 members of his family have been placed under home quarantine and will be tested tomorrow.

56-year-old From Mumbai's Dharavi Tests Positive For Coronaviurs, Building Sealed
A landscape view of Dharavi.
56-year-old From Mumbai's Dharavi Tests Positive For Coronaviurs, Building Sealed
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2020-04-01T22:20:02+05:30

A 56-yr-old man from Shahu Nagar of Dharavi in Mumbai has tested positive for Coronavirus on Wednesday, Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation said. He has been shifted to Sion Hospital. Other 7 members of his family have been placed under home quarantine and will be tested tomorrow. The building they live in has been sealed.

More details awaited.

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