28 fully vaccinated medical students test positive for coronavirus
Mumbai : Over 30 medical students of civic-run King Edward Memorial (KEM) Hospital in Mumbai have tested positive for coronavirus. The shocking factor in this is that 28 of them were fully vaccinated. As per reports, out of the infected students, 23 are second-year MBBS students while seven are in their first year.
According to reports, one student has been admitted to a hospital and rest asymptomatic students have been asked to quarantine themselves.
It must be noted that around 1100 students are pursing MBBS in the college.
Issuing a statement, KEM hospital dean Dr Hemant Deshmukh said all 30 students who were tested have been infected with the virus. The hospital further notified that other students are also being tested for the coronavirus infection.
In the meantime, the BMC has announced that the schools in Mumbai from classes 8 to 12 will reopen from October 4, and for the rest, the decision will be taken in November.