6 from Telangana who attended spiritual occasion in Delhi`s Nizamuddin die of coronavirus COVID-19


The Telangana Chief Minister’s Office (CMO) on Monday (March 30) confirmed that six individuals from state who had attended a spiritual occasion in Nizamuddin space of New Delhi from March 13-15 died resulting from coronavirus COVID-19 an infection. 

According to the Telangana CMO, the deceased have been admitted at totally different hospitals throughout the state for remedy after their samples have been examined constructive for the lethal virus.

Coronavirus has unfold amongst a few of those that attended a spiritual prayer assembly from March 13 to 15 at Markaz in Nizamuddin space in Delhi. Among those that attended have been some individuals from Telangana,” mentioned an official assertion from the CMO.

Two of the six died on the Gandhi Hospital, one every in Nizamabad and Gadwal cities and one every at two non-public hospitals, mentioned the CMO assertion. Notably, the CMO assertion didn’t point out the time and date of deaths.

Telangana authorities has appealed to everybody who had attended the spiritual occasion in Nizamuddin to get in contact with the authorities. “All those who went for the Markaz prayers in Delhi should inform authorities. The government would conduct tests and offer treatment to them free of cost. Any one who has information about them should alert the government and authorities,” the CMO mentioned.

According to officers, over 2,000 individuals, together with some from Indonesia and Malaysia, attended the Tabligh-e-Jamaat congregation in Nizamuddin. The entire space was sealed on Monday by the Delhi Police amid fears that the some might have contracted coronavirus.

Delhi Police officers mentioned that the spiritual assembly was organised with out permission from authorities. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday ordered the registration of an FIR in opposition to a Maulana of Markaz in reference to Tabligh-e-Jamaat congregation in West Nizamuddin in South Delhi after a number of individuals who attended it confirmed signs of coronavirus COVID-19.

Earlier on Monday, Dr Mohd Shoaib, the spokesperson of Nizamuddin Markaz, mentioned that they’d offered an inventory of people that had any well being challenge, together with chilly and fever, to the administration. “Yesterday, we provided a list of names to the administration, who had any health issue, including cold and fever. Some of them have been admitted to the hospital on the basis of age and travel history. We don`t have any confirmed COVID-19 case till now,” he mentioned.