Karnataka Issues Advisory After Passenger Who Travelled On IndiGo Flight Tests Positive

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The Karnataka District Administration issued an advisory for passengers who had travelled on IndiGo flight 6E96 on March 15, after a passenger tested positive.

Written By Ananya Varma | Mumbai | Updated On:

The Karnataka District Administration on Thursday issued an advisory for passengers who had travelled on IndiGo flight 6E96 on 15th March to report to the nearest government hospital after one of the passengers on the flight was tested positive for the novel Coronavirus. The advisory which was released by the District Administration of Kodagu also stated that the passenger who has been tested positive had also travelled in KSRTC Bus No. KA19F3170 from Bengaluru to Madikeri, hence all those who had used these facilities should get themselves tested immediately. As per the latest figures of the Union Health Ministry, 14 positive cases of the virus have been reported from Karnataka including one death. 

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