Four AMU students in isolation ward at Baramulla, Anantnag
Aligarh: The four students of the Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) who travelled abroad and reportedly left the isolation of the University Health Service have not developed any symptoms of Coronavirus. However, three of them are admitted in the Baramula District Hospital, while one is admitted in a hospital at Anantnag.
According to the Proctor, Prof Mohd Wasim Ali, “Azad A Wani, Mohd Iqbal Rather (Research Scholars at the Department of Agricultural Economics) and Bilal Rather (Research Scholar at the Department of Botany) have recently travelled outside India and they have left for their home town with the permission of their supervisors.”
The fourth student, Zahoor Ahmad, who had been to Taiwan recently, has left AMU with the permission of the doctor. He too has developed no symptoms of Coronavirus.
The Proctor contacted all the students and they are resting in isolation wards.