Coronavirus Coimbatore 26th April – Six Police Officers in Coimbatore tests positive for Coronavirus, two police stations are shutdown completely

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A new shocking report of Coronavirus in Coimbatore have shook Tamil Nadu as six police officials from two police stations in Coimbatore have tested positive for COVID 19. The police stations which are temporarily closed down are located in the Podanur and Kuniamuthur areas of Coimbatore. The six police officials who have tested positive are getting treatments at ESI hospital.




All the police officials from these two police stations have been isolated and are now made to temporarily stay in a marriage hall. The Commissioner of Police, Sumit Saran said that the remaining 105 police personnel at the two police stations who underwent coronavirus tests have reported negative. So far, India has reported a total of 26,496 active COVID-19 cases and 824 deaths. The Tamil Nadu government has announced a four-day complete lockdown, starting from April 26 in a few cities such as Chennai, Salem, Coimbatore, to prevent the rising number of COVID-19 cases.

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