Eight humans who arrived right here from the coronavirus-hit China have shown no signs of the deadly virus but have been suggested against mingling with public for some other 28 days, officers said on Tuesday.
The toll from a coronavirus outbreak in China has soared to 106 while nearly 1,300 new instances have been confirmed, even as those coming from the Asian country are being screened for any feasible symptoms of the virus.
The eight people–six from the city consisting of 4 of a household and two from nearby Pollachi and one each from Chennai and Dindigul, had landed at the city airport on Monday evening and have been at once subjected to clinical checkup for coronovirus, Health branch officers said.
All the eight had been protected with no symptoms, they said, adding officials will intently monitor them for the next 28 days.
Though they were sent to their respective places, all the eight had been asked now not to mingle with people, attend public functions like weddings and go to places, where people congregate in massive numbers.
They have been requested to confine to their properties and straight away contact the fitness branch in case they advance fever, cough and cold.
The Health branch officers in Chennai and Dindigul have additionally been alerted about the arrival of the passengers.
A group from the Health branch is camping at the airport to observe these coming from China. The wide variety of fatalities caused via coronavirus in China has touched 106 in that country, even as the tested cases of pneumonia brought on by the outbreak stood at over 4,500 as of Tuesday.
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