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Home / India News / In relief for Kerala, 6 suspected Nipah patients cleared

In relief for Kerala, 6 suspected Nipah patients cleared

The Nipah virus resurfaced in Kerala a year after it killed 17 people in the state, with a 23-year-old engineering graduate testing positive for the virus in Kochi on Tuesday.

india Updated: Jun 07, 2019 07:25 IST
HT Correspondent
HT Correspondent
Hindustan Times, Kochi
The Aster Medcity Hospital in Kochi, where the patient is admitted, said he is conscious and eating but has mild disorientation.
The Aster Medcity Hospital in Kochi, where the patient is admitted, said he is conscious and eating but has mild disorientation.(PTI FILE)

Six people admitted to a quarantine facility at the Government Medical College in Kerala’s Ernakulam have tested negative for the Nipah virus, a senior health ministry official said on Thursday, even as experts are yet to locate the primary source of the infection.

The Nipah virus resurfaced in Kerala a year after it killed 17 people in the state, with a 23-year-old engineering graduate testing positive for the virus in Kochi on Tuesday. The Aster Medcity Hospital in Kochi, where the patient is admitted, said he is conscious and eating but has mild disorientation. The worry now is the source of the virus, which is yet to be located.

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