New Coronavirus Case Found in Jain Height Altura Apartment, Bangalore

Jain Height Altura Apartment Bangalore, Coronavirus Bangalore, Jain Heights Corona News: In a fresh update, a new case of Coronavirus has been detected in Bangalore. As per the reports, the District Surveillance Unit, Bangalore Urban District, is conducting a Surveillance and IEC activities in the Jain Height Altura Apartment, located in Sarjapur Road, Bangalore.

We have found a letter from the District Surveillance Unit, that reads:-

“With reference to the above subject District Surveillance Unit, Bangalore Urban has received information regarding the Positive COVID-19 case resided in your apartment at Flat n0 – X-X.” The letter further reads “So we are required to conduct Surveillance activities in your apartment for which your co-operation is required.”.

This letter was sent to the President, Jain Height Altura Apartment, No/1B Kaikondahalli, Vartur Hobli, Sarjapur Road, Bengaluru.

Here is a copy of the letter:

Coronavirus Case in Jain Height Altura Apartment Bangalore

Live News updates:-

  • Bengaluru apartment under medical surveillance The person from Hyderabad who tested positive for Coronavirus has stayed in Jain Height Altura Apartment, Sarjapur Rd. He had returned from Dubai and had rejoined work at his Bengaluru office on February 20.
  • The coronavirus-affected techie, who is a native of Hyderabad, had reportedly stayed at the Bengaluru apartment for a few days after returning from Dubai.
  • He took a bus from the city to travel back to his hometown.
  • District Surveillance Unit is checking for symptoms like sneezing, sore throat or body ache and more.
  • Anyone found with the symptoms will be referred to the hospital.
  • Jain Heights Altura Apartment residents confirmed that officials had visited the building on 3rd March 2020, Tuesday,
  • Flight in which the Telegana coronavirus patient traveled, i.e. Dubai to Bangalore Indigo flight 6E 96 flight crew have been placed under home observation have also been quarantined.
  • 24 co-workers working with the Bengaluru techie, who turned positive for Coronavirus on Monday in Hyderabad, have been asked to work from home.
  • Intel Bangalore office declares a holiday for its employees due to Coronavirus [Read More].