Big news from Kumbh: 175 saints reach Haridwar Corona positive, number of infected sages increased to 229

175 sages included in Kumbh Corona positive, number of sages increased to 229

175 sages included in Kumbh Corona positive, number of sages increased to 229

175 Sadhus who have come to attend the Kumbh Mela have been found to be Corona positive. So far 229 monk coronas have been infected among those who attend the Kumbh. Chief Medical Officer Dr. SK Jha has issued a medical bulletin saying that the coronas of the sadhus are infected.

Haridwar. Haridwar (Kumbh) is once again full of horror news about the corona infection. 175 sadhus who came to attend the fair here on Saturday have been found corona positive. So far 229 monk coronas have been infected among those who attend the Kumbh. Chief Medical Officer Dr. SK Jha has issued a medical bulletin saying that the coronas of the sadhus are infected. In Kumbh Mela, corona infection is spreading continuously, after which saints and saints are also scared. With this, Juna Arena has also announced the end of Kumbh.

Lakhs of devotees attended the Maha Kumbh held in Haridwar. Thousands of sadhu saints have also been here. Meanwhile, the corona infection has made many victims. Concerns over the planning of Kumbh have increased after the news of the death of sage saints infected due to Corona infection. According to the information given by the Chief Medical Officer, Dr. SK Jha, 175 sadhus who arrived at the Kumbh event have been found corona positive. So far 229 monk coronas have been infected among those who join the Kumbh. Niranjani Akhara announced the end of Kumbh 15 days ago. With this, Juna Arena has also announced the end of Kumbh.

With more than 1700 people found corona virus infected in the Haridwar Kumbh Mela area from 10 to 14 April, it is feared that the world’s largest religious gathering may intensify the impending surge in cases of Kovid-19. is. According to the news agency, 2,36,751 Kovid investigations were conducted in the fair area in the last five days, out of which 1701 people have reported positive.




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