Phuentsholing community still has active infection

Despite stringent measures, Phuentsholing town in Bhutan continues to see COVID-19 positive cases from the community 50 days after becoming a Red Zone on August 13

Oct 03, 2020
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Despite stringent measures, Phuentsholing town in Bhutan continues to see COVID-19 positive cases from the community 50 days after becoming a Red Zone on August 13.

Besides the positive cases detected from containment areas and quarantine centres, on September 29, a 32-year-old woman tested positive for the virus at a flu clinic in Phuentsholing. The following day, her one-and-half-year-old son also tested positive for COVID-19.

Health Minster Dechen Wangmo during a press conference yesterday said that Phuentsholing still has an active infection in the community. Those testing positive in the border town showed varying stages of infection.

https://kuenselonline.com/phuentsholing-community-still-has-active-infection/

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