New Delhi: Twenty-nine students at a private nursing school in Karnataka’s Shivamogga district have been infected with COVID-19, informed Shivamogga Deputy Commissioner KB Sivakumar, adding that most of the students were asymptomatic.
“We are doing random sampling at many places and found out that few students, who came from different states at a private nursing school, contracted COVID. We have sealed the hostel premises. Around 29 students have turned positive from the institution,” Sivakumar said and as quoted by news agency ANI.
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