Kumbh: 30 sadhus in Haridwar test positive for Covid-19

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Amidst the ongoing Kumbh in Haridwar, 30 sadhus in the city have tested positive for Covid-19, said the Chief Medical Officer on Friday. Speaking to ANI, Haridwar Chief Medical Officer Dr SK Jha said, "30 Sadhus have tested positive for Covid-19 so far, in Haridwar. Medical teams are going to akhadas and RT-PCR tests of sadhus...

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Haridwar, the site of Kumbh Mela, saw more than 3700 cases of coronavirus between April 01 and April 14, informed city's Chief Medical Officer (CMO) Shambhu Kumar Jha who added that more than 30 Sadhus have tested positive for coronavirus so far.

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