CoronaVirus is ripping apart the economy and normal livelihood of millions across the globe. Hugely populous India is beginning to face the brunt of Level 2 and 3 transmission of the virus in the country. There has been a significant surge in the total count which mounts to 293, including four deaths. The major regions affected are Kerala, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Delhi NCR Region and Rajasthan.
CoronaVirus Chennai Live Updates March 21st : Who Are the Three New Cases for Covid-19 in Chennai?
As of yesterday, the total cases of coronavirus positive patients was three in Tamilnadu. However, there seems to be a surge in the counts today. Three new patients have tested positive for corona today.
Coronavirus Patient #4 in Chennai: Thai National who was quarantined upon arrival at Chennai International Airport and moved to RGGH, Chennai.
Coronavirus Patient #5 in Chennai: Thai National who was quarantined upon arrival at Chennai International Airport and moved to RGGH, Chennai.
Coronavirus Patient #6 in Chennai: 1 Indian who arrived from New Zealand and was quarantined upon arrival at Chennai International Airport and moved to RGGH, Chennai.
Tamilnadu State Health Minister, C Vijayabaskar assured the media, citizens that community spread is not prevalent in Tamilnadu as yet. All the new cases were already quarantined and were in the radar of the State Health department.
#Corona:All 6 +ve cases are imported cases from diff regions with travel histories & not community transmitted. New cases were already quarantined & in our radar.Screening is more intensified at all ports of arrival incl Railway,dom.arrivals & interstate borders. #Vijayabaskar
— Dr C Vijayabaskar (@Vijayabaskarofl) March 21, 2020
Tamilnadu coronavirus count Today – March 21st
Total Patients With Coronavirus Positive : 6
Total Patients Discharged : 1
Total Patients Dead : 0
CoronaVirus Chennai Live Updates March 21st Updates
- Marina and besant nagar beaches, Palavakkam, Thiruvanmiyur beaches closed from 3 pm today onwards till further instructions.
- Screening has been increased in Railway stations, domestic arrivals and interstate borders.