New Delhi. A total of 38 cases of Covid-19 were reported in the Indian Navy last month. 12 of these navies are now healthy. He has been discharged from the hospital. 26 is undergoing treatment. This information is Navy Vice Chief Vice Admiral G. Ashok Kumar spoke to the news agency on Saturday.
The health of soldiers and officers is being monitored for 14 days before deployment on a warship or submarine.
All the employees who were infected were posted on INS Angre.
Aangre is posted in Mumbai
On the transition to the Navy, Vice Admiral Ashok Kumar said, “There were a total of 38 positive cases on INS Angre. 12 have been healthy and discharged. 26 are also undergoing treatment. Apart from this, there are no positive cases in any of our warships or submarines.
All those who came in contact with these soldiers were quarantined. We also conducted all these tests. Quarantine rules were strictly enforced to overcome infection. ”
Caution is very important
In response to a question, the Deputy Chief of Naval Staff said, “There have been cases of infection in the Navy of many countries of the world. So we took strict precautions.
There is no positive case on any of our warships or submarines. We have set strict standards. The health of soldiers and officers is being monitored for 14 days before going on a warship or submarine.
If someone is infected and the ship is at sea, it may take time to return from there and it can spread the infection to the rest of the soldiers. ” Chief of Defense Staff General Bipin Rawat praised the measures taken by the Navy to prevent infection.