Jaipur: The corona has begun to spread once more in Jaipur, Rajasthan's capital. On Thursday, the health department recorded 17 new infected cases in the area, including 6 schoolchildren, according to health department. Four of these children were confirmed to be sick while at school, and two more children were found to be afflicted while attending lessons online. Today, however, the state has received 29 additional corona-infected patients.
According to Dr. Narottam Sharma, CMHO in Jaipur, a total of 17 cases had been reported today, including four schoolchildren. Infected instances also include two children from a government school in Jhalana and two children from a private school in Bhankrota. At the same time, two more youngsters were determined to be infected, despite the fact that both of them were studying online. In the capital, one corona-infected patient has been detected in each of the following areas: Banipark, Civil Lines, Durgapura, Jamwaramgarh, Fagi, Mansarovar, and Rajapark. Malviya Nagar and Mahesh Nagar both had two instances apiece.
Twelve children were found sick together at Jayashree Pediwal School on Ajmer Road in the area two days ago, raising panic among school administrators and parents around Jaipur. Previously, three youngsters from the same school were determined to be afflicted. On the other hand, two students from SMS School on Tonk Road, as well as one student from Neerja Modi School, were found sick, despite the fact that the kid had been studying online since Diwali.