Affected students quarantined in a hostel block
As many as 45 students of XLRI School of Management in Jamshedpur tested positive for COVID-19 on April 10, an official of Jharkhand's East Singhbhum district has confirmed.
While 280 students of the B-school were tested, 45 of them tested positive. The affected students have been quarantined in a hostel block.
The chief medical Officer of the district, Sahir Pall, said six students of the MGM Medical College also tested positive for COVID-19. The test samples for the students in the college are currently being tested.
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