A 69-year-old Tibetan refugee who died at a hospital in Tanda in Himachal Pradesh on Monday, was tested positive for coronavirus, said state additional Chief Secretary of Health RD Dhiman.
"A 69-year-old Tibetan refugee, who died at a hospital in Tanda in Himachal Pradesh earlier today, has been tested positive for coronavirus. He returned from the US on March 15," said Dhiman.
Himachal Pradesh has reported a total of two confirmed cases of COVID-19. The total number of people who tested positive for the novel coronavirus in India on Monday reached 467 according to Health and Family Welfare.
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