Nizamuddin Markaz: An atmosphere of panic was created on Wednesday at Rajiv Gandhi Super Specialty Hospital in northeast Delhi’s Tahirpur when a patient suspected of having coronavirus jumped out of a hospital window after being quarantined and attempted suicide. This patient came to join the Nizamuddin Markaz’s Tablighi Jamaat.
According to information, six persons who participated in the Nizamuddin’s Tablighi Jamat and one person were killed in Jammu and Kashmir. In Delhi alone, 24 people involved with the program have been infected with the coronavirus. In addition, 441 people who were participating in the program showed signs of the Coronavirus epidemic.
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Nizamuddin Markaz vacant, 2,061 persons have been evacuated
Delhi’s Nizamuddin Markaz has been removed and a total of 2361 people have been evacuated. Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Wednesday said the entire building had been evacuated at around 4 am in the morning after the 36-hour intensive operation.
A total of 2361 people were removed from the building, of which 617 were admitted to the hospital and the rest to various quarantines. Manish Sisodia called on everyone to cooperate in the lockdown and said that during that 36-hour operation, medical staff, administration, police and DTC staff all worked together and risked their lives. Hats off to all of them.
It is worth mentioning that the Tablighi Jamat of Nizamuddin Markaz was a program of the Tablighi society, where a large number of people gathered. Later, people traveled to different states of the country, which increased the risk of coronavirus infection.
The number of cases of COVID-19 in Delhi has increased to 120
In the last 24 hours, the number of people infected with the coronary virus has risen to 120 in the last 24 hours. The health department gave this information. Of these 120 cases, there were 24 people who attended a religious gathering in the Nizamuddin West.
Delhi Health Department sources said at least five people were discharged from the hospital, two died and one was abroad. As of Monday night, there have been 97 cases of COVID-19 reported.
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