Udupi, April 14: After completing treatment the second COVID-19 patient of Udupi district was discharged on Tuesday afternoon.
The District Health Officer (DHO) said that the patient who hails from Manipura village in Udupi Taluk has recovered and discharged today afternoon.
He said that the two tests had come negative. The patient has been advised to remain at Home quarantine for the next 14 days.
Of the three positive cases in the district, one was discharged a few days ago. After the second patient’s discharge today, only one is under treatment.
Udupi district has not recorded any positive cases in the last 15 days.
Udupi Deputy Commissioner Mr G Jagadeesha has said that any person who enters the district from outside would be sent to quarantine.
“We have sealed our borders. Despite this there are complaints of people coming to Udupi from other states and districts. We request people to tell us if anybody comes to their village or locality from outside. We will take such people to quarantine,” Deputy Commissioner said.
“There are no positive cases for 15 days. If outsiders come from other districts and hotspots it could raise the concern of the people. Thus I request people to tell us if anybody comes from outside the district,” he added.