Upwards of 31 understudies have tried positive for COVID-19 in an administration school in Andipatti in Tamil Nadu’s Theni region over the most recent two days. Aside from the understudies, 10 others, including guardians, tried positive, taking the count to 41. The episode became public when a few understudies began showing the side effects of a virus.
The local specialists, throughout recent days, have been leading COVID tests on the understudies, educators, and guardians. On Thursday, July 7, 12 understudies tried positive, and on Friday, another 19 understudies tried positive. Aside from the 31 understudies, 10 individuals, including guardians and others for the school, have tested positive, taking the absolute count of those contaminated to 41. The area specialists have begun drives to clean the school and its immediate environmental elements. The school has likewise been requested to stay closed for the next three days.
On Thursday, July 7, the state recorded 2,765 new COVID cases. Of these, the capital city of Chennai had 1,011 new cases; Chengalpet had 408 new cases; and Coimbatore recorded 125 new cases. Altogether, there were 18,378 dynamic cases in Tamil Nadu on Thursday.