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Two Doctors, Six Nurses Test Positive For Coronavirus At Delhi Medical College

The hospital has initiated a contact tracing to find out who all had come in contact with them in the last few days.

Two Doctors, Six Nurses Test Positive For Coronavirus At Delhi Medical College
A medic shows a sample for COVID-19 rapid tests at Rajiv Gandhi Government General Hospital during the nationwide lockdown to curb the spread of coronavirus, in Chennai. | PTI Photo
Two Doctors, Six Nurses Test Positive For Coronavirus At Delhi Medical College
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2020-04-19T10:41:54+05:30

At least two doctors and six nurses at the Lady Hardinge Medical College here have tested positive for coronavirus, sources said on Sunday.

They were all deployed at the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit of the hospital.

The hospital has initiated a contact tracing to find out who all had come in contact with them in the last few days.

According to a doctor, a 10-month-old baby who was recently brought to the emergency department with respiratory problems had tested positive for COVID-19.

Now, the entire Paediatric ICU is being sanitised, the doctor said. 

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