Covid-19: Investigation intensified in Goa CM’s assembly constituency to prevent infection

Covid-19: Investigation intensified in Goa CM's assembly constituency to prevent infection
Covid-19: Investigation intensified in Goa CM's assembly constituency to prevent infection

Goa Chief Minister Pramod Sawant said that investigations have been intensified to prevent the spread of Coronavirus infection in his constituency Sankhalim. So far, 24 cases of Covid-19 have been reported. 

Till last week there was no case of infection in Sankhalim assembly and the area was free from the effects of Coronavirus, but in the last two-three days, there have been 24 cases of infection here. These 24 patients are also former MLAs of Sankhalim assembly constituency. Sawant told reporters on Monday that the former MLA is undergoing treatment at ESI Hospital. This hospital is specially prescribed for coronavirus patients. His condition is stable. The Chief Minister said, “Investigation has been intensified in Sankhalim to prevent virus infection.

Apart from this, several cases of infection have also been reported in the Margao Assembly. The region is headed by the Leader of the Opposition in the Legislative Assembly Digambar Kamat. At the same time, Moti Donor, a slum in the same area, was declared a prohibited area by the South Goa administration. 

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According to the health bulletin released here, a total of 17 cases have been reported in Moti Dongor till Monday. Kamat told that the movement of people here has been banned and the investigation has been intensified. State Health Minister Vishwajit Rane has also reported several cases from the Valpoi assembly constituency in North Goa. The person died before the transition from Morlem village in Valpoi to Goa. As of Monday, there were 1,251 cases of infection in Goa and three people have died.

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