In Bengaluru, four people under observation for Coronavirus
New Delhi : The Karnataka Family Health and Welfare Department has kept four people under observation who have been suspected to be infected with the deadly coronavirus that has destroyed normal life in China's Wuhan.
"We are observing four people and have quarantined 11 people till January 28 for Coronavirus," Family Health and Welfare Department's Joint Secretary, Communicable Diseases, BT Prakash Kumar, said.
From January 20 to 28, a total of 3,275 passengers were screened at the Kempegowda International Airport (KIA) in Bangalore. Over 200 passengers were screened on Tuesday itself.
None of the passengers has been tested positive to the virus.
Of the 3,275 passengers screened at the airport, only three had visited China's Wuhan - the epicentre of the disease outbreak - in the last 14 days. However, no coronavirus case has been diagnosed yet.
The deadly coronavirus has wreak havoc in China with more than 100 people losing their lives and over 4000 tested positive to it.