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Goa touches 34 positive COVID-19 cases: Goa Health Minister Rane


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Panjim: Confirming that the 11 passengers who had arrived in Goa by a train from Mumbai on Sunday has tested positive for COVID-19, Goa Health Minister Vishwajit Rane stated that total active cases in the state has reached thirty-four.

Taking to social media platform to share the information, Rane, “11 more passengers who had arrived to Goa on a train from Mumbai on Sunday have tested positive for COVID-19, raising the tally of total active cases in the state to 34. Results for a few samples sent to the Virology lab for confirmation are still awaited.

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