Health officials present bouquets to recovered Covid-19 patients after their discharge from Srinagar Hospital . Photo: Abid Bhat
Srinagar- Thirteen persons, who had tested positive for COVID-19 were discharged from Srinagar Hospital on Tuesday, after they recovered from the infection following treatment, said an official.
“More Positive Developments: 13 more COVID +Ve patients discharged from CD (Chest Diseases) Hospital Srinagar after treatment/recovery. Good Job everyone,” Government spokesman Rohit Kansal said in a tweet.
More Positive Developments: 13 more COVID +Ve patients discharged from CD Hospital Srinagar after treatment/recovery. Good Job everyone. #Togetherwecan#Weshallovercome@diprjk @HealthMedicalE1 @listenshahid
— Rohit Kansal (@kansalrohit69) April 14, 2020
Leading pulmonologist of Kashmir Dr Naveed Shah, who is heading the COVID team at Chest Disease Hospital, said while it was a satisfying moment, there should be no lowering of the guard.
“A satisfactory moment… relieved 13 covid patients for home quarantine… not to lower our guard….stay home .. stay safe.. maintain social distance..obey advisories. Together v can overcome all challenges,” he tweeted.
A satisfactory moment … relieved 13 covid patients for home quarantine… not to lower our guard….stay home .. stay safe.. maintain social distance..obey advisories.
Together v can overcome all challenges @listenshahid @drsamiarashid
— Dr Naveed Shah (@naveednazirshah) April 14, 2020
Two minor sisters, who had contracted the infection from their grandfather, were released for home quarantine in Monday.
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