Panaji: All the five patients who have tested positive and currently undergoing treatment at Goa’s COVID hospital are stable.
State Health Minister Vishwajit Rane said that the health condition of all the five patients is stable. “All of them are stable. They are getting proper treatment and they are responding to the treatment,” he said.
Goa has reported five cases which are tested positive for COVID-19 infection.
Meanwhile, Chief Minister Pramod Sawant on Wednesday said that all the fair price shops will be open from Thursday which will further help the people to get the essentials.
He said that the state government will also start needs on wheel system wherein the essentials would be transported to the village through state-run Kadamba Transport Corporation Limited.
Sawant said that the government has taken up sanitation drive at various public places, while all the state run vehicles would be sanitised from April 2 to April 22.
He said that the state government has already started applying stickers on the homes of those who are ‘home quarantined.’
Sawant said that whoever is found roaming in public despite home quarantined, then he would be moved to quarantined facility.
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