Six-month-old boy from Indian village beats Coronavirus, read details

Amid the nationwide lockdown owing to the fast-spreading coronavirus pandemic, homeless people and daily wage workers, who migrate to big cities from their home towns in search of jobs, are combating hunger for survival as the fast-spreading disease has now created a panic situation across India.

The situation had gone from bad to worse and during this crisis, celebrities, entrepreneurs, businessmen rose to the occasion by doing their best to help the country combat the pandemic.

There have been 28,380 confirmed coronavirus cases in India on Monday, including 886 deaths. So far 6,362 people have recovered from the coronavirus pandemic.

It is also good to hear some elderly people beating coronavirus. Now, a six-month-old baby boy from Shakhartar village, Ratnagiri taluka, successfully beat Covid-19.
Of the six positive cases which were reported in the district, five of them recovered and one passed away, said Ratnagiri district information officer Prashant Daithankar. However, are no active cases in the district now.

The baby, who tested positive on 13th of April was discharged from the Ratnagiri civil hospital, after testing negative.

The baby’s 54-year-old grandmother contracted the epidemic at Saifee Hospital, and tested positive after she came back to Ratnagiri on March 19.

The baby’s sample was then collected on April 9, and a report had further confirmed he was positive on April 13. He did not have any other illness and three of his family members had tested positive.