Mysuru, June 23:-Even as the district is struggling to come to terms with coronavirus pandemic, the community spread of the virus in the last couple of days has started to worry the heritage city. Travel history of 3 patients, who might have transmitted the virus has been released by the district administration.
Case 1: A fruit vendor of Rammanahalli has tested positive for coronavirus. He sold banana and mangoes on Saibaba temple road Ramakrishna Nagar, Kuvempunagar Complex, Hootagalli signal. The health department has requested those who have purchased fruits from him on a vehicle (KA 55 8751) in the last 15 days to contact the department immediately.
He has also visited various clinics. He visited Sanjivini Clinic in Rammanahalli on June 8, 10 and 12. He visited Vathsalya Hospital in the city on June 13 and Tanisha Clinic in Rammanahalli on June 15. Those who have visited these clinics on the above-mentioned dates are also instructed to inform the health department.
Case 3: A resident of Kanakadasa Nagar of the city has also tested positive for coronavirus. He purchased vegetables outside the market on June 16. Ge purchased groceries from Subbanna and Co in Agrahara. He purchased mutton near Reliance shop near Dattagalli KEB Circle on June 17. He also visited Indira Clinic in Kuvempunagar on June 20 with his uncle. Those who visited these places on the above-mentioned dates are requested to inform the health department.
Case 3: A resident of RP Road, 5th cross Nanjangud has tested positive for coronavirus. He had come to Mysuru from Satellite bus stand Bengaluru on June 12 at 5:45 am in the bus bearing number KA 11 F0134. He went to Nanjangud on another bus bearing number KA 10 F 0528. People who travelled on these buses are instructed to inform the health department. (MR/KS).