Chandrapur district in
Maharashtra on Saturday reported its first COVID-19 case after a 50-year-old man tested positive for coronavirus, officials said here.
His reports came in positive at around 8:30 pm and the area around his residence in Krishna Nagar in Bengali Camp area has been sealed, said District Civil Surgeon Nivruti Rathod.
Collector Kunal Khemnar, in a press release, asked people to adhere to lockdown norms strictly so that the spread of the virus can be stopped.
A District Information Office release said three residents of Chandrapur are currently admitted for the infection in Delhi and Nagpur, due to which the district is part of the orange zone.
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