Covid infected Bangladesh girl goes missing from quarantine centre

Covid infected Bangladesh girl goes missing from quarantine centre

Anantnag: A Covid-19 infected girl from Bangaladesh has gone missing from a quarantine centre in Akura area of South Kashmir’s Anantnag district.
Sources told news agency KNT that 18 year old Chandni had been brought to hospital by Child Welfare Committee and after testing positive for Covid-19 she had been quarantined at Akura Anantnag.
The girl who hails from Bangaldesh and daughter of Muhammad Younis Mian has gone missing. In this regard Block Medical Officer Mattan Dr Saleem has written a letter vide number 1227-31 dated 26-8-2020 informing about the missing girl.
BMO Dr Saleem confirmed to KNT that the said girl is missing and a missing report has been lodged at police station. (KNT)

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