Kashmir’s First COVID-19 Patient Recovers, Returns Home

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Srinagar- Kashmir”s first positive case, the 65-year-old woman from Khanyar area of Srinagar has recovered and has been discharged from Sher-e-Kashmir institute of medical sciences (SKIMS) Srinagar.

Doctors at SKIMS said that the woman was discharged from the hospital on Wednesday after she tested negative for the virus twice.

Doctors have advised her to follow the mandatory quarantine of 14 days or 28 days at her home.

All her contacts have also fortunately tested negative.

The woman became the first coronavirus case in Kashmir on March 18.

She had returned to Srinagar after the Umrah pilgrimage from Saudi Arabia on March 16.

 

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