New Delhi:

A total of 16 people were high at risk with contacts with the COVID-19 positive pizza delivery boy in Delhi.
They tested negative for the virus in their check-ups. The South Delhi district Magistrate informed on Monday.

Around 72 families were to be quarantined as the pizza delivery agent had tested positive for COVID-19. The delivery boy is now undergoing treatment, lives in the Delhi Savitri Nagar area.
Following Arunachal Pradesh, as it became India’s first state to be COVID-19 free, Goa follows in its footsteps and is also declared free of the deadly virus.

Chief minister Pramod Sawant tweeted on Sunday that 7 positive patients have turned negative and there is no COVID-19 case in the coastal state.
The chief minister, however, added that the lockdown will be continued till the central government decides. The state’s border with Maharashtra and Karnataka will continue to remain sealed the chief minister said.

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