2 coronavirus suspects admitted in Jodh Hosp

Jodhpur: A team of doctors of the Mathuradas Mathur Hospital, along with the medical college team, has become active after two suspected patients of coronavirus were admitted to the isolation ward in Jodhpur on Wednesday.

The two youth, who belong to Jodhpur, had gone to China for five months after their placement. Recently, they came back to Jodhpur on January 20.

After they complained of cold and the symptoms were found to be of coronavirus, their family admitted them to MBM Hospital on Wednesday. Their samples were taken and sent for testing.

At the same time, apart from the doctors of the Nephrology department, a team of doctors is examining the coronavirus suspects separately.

After getting information about the cases, Hospital Superintendent Dr MK Aseri and Medical College Principal Dr SS Rathore took necessary feedback and instructed the team of doctors to take full protective measures.

One of the patients, Gautam is a resident of the Kudi Bhagtasni region, while Jaikishan belongs to Masuria region.

Their common friend Tarun Gupta interacted with the media and informed that the three of them studied together at the Polytechnic College in Jodhpur and got placement in China.