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Covid-19: Community transmission in Mysuru? These three cases show signs

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Mysuru: With more and more Covid-19 cases being reported in the Heritage City, authorities concerned are staring at possible community transmission. For, three new cases that have been reported in the last week are an indication to it. Take a look at the history of three cases. 

Case No 1
 
A fruit seller at Rammanahalli has tested positive for Covid-19. He had sold bananas and mangoes near Hootagalli Signal junction near Kuvempunagar Complex, close to Saibaba temple in Ramakrishnanagar in his vehicle (KA 55 8571).
The district administration has appealed to people who have purchased fruits from this seller in the last 15 days to report to the health department. 
In fact, the seller has visited various hospitals. He visited a clinic in Rammanahalli on June 8, 10 and 12. He also visited Vatysalya Hospital in Mysuru on June 13 and Tanisha Clinic in Rammanahalli on June 15. 
People who have visited these clinics on the said date are requested to contact the health personnel. 
 
Case no 2
 
A resident of Dattagalli 3rd stage, G Block Kanakadasa Nagar has tested positive for Covid-19. On June 16, he had visited outskirts of KR Market to buy vegetables. Later, he visited Subbanna And Company to buy groceries. On June 17, he went to a mutton stall near Reliance in KEB Circle. He visited Indira Clinic on June 20 with his uncle in an auto on June 20. Considering his travel history, those who visited these places are requested to report to the health personnel. 
 
Case no 3
 
A resident of RP Road, 5th Cross in Nanjangud has tested positive for Covid -19. His travel history is like this : He boarded a KSRTC bus( KA 11 F0134) from Satellite bus station in Bengaluru on June 12 at 5.45 am to reach Mysuru. On the same day, he travelled to Nanjangud in a bus (KA 10 F0528) at 9.30 am. Those who have travelled in these buses are requested to alert health personnel, according to a press release issued by the deputy commissioner’s office. 
 
The district administration has appealed to the people not to hide any information on their travel history as it would help in containing spreading of virus.
 
One can reach out to the nearest health centre or call 0821-2423800/1077. Details of callers will be kept confidential.
 
– Team Mysoorunews
 
 

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