COVID-19: Two doctors who treated Hyderpora man test negative

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Srinagar: Two doctors in north Kashmir’s Sopore who had treated COVID-19 patient from Hyderpora tested negative for the pathogen.

While the 67-year-old from Hyderpora died yesterday, the two doctors had been in isolation in Sopore hospital since Wednesday.

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Dr Rudyaan Incharge officer at Sub District hospital Sopore confirmed that both the doctors who were kept in the isolation ward have been discharged now after their report came out to be negative. (GNS)

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