A 32-year-old Bengalurian was a co-passenger on the flight taken by the Mindtree techie who was diagnosed with COVID-19 on March 10. It is reported that the previous has come in contact with various people after being diagnosed by himself.
The diagnosed co-passenger
According to the sources, the Karnataka government has published information about the movement history of the 32-year-old Bengaluru man who tested positive for COVID-19.
The Bengaluru resident was a fellow passenger on the same flight taken by the Mindtree techie who was diagnosed with COVID-19 on March 10.
At first, the man showed the symptoms while he developed a mild cold on March 11. Following which he was asked to be isolated at home. After a couple of days, he was quarantined at the Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Chest Diseases (RGICD) in the city where he is undergoing treatment.
Before landing at Bengaluru airport, the patient traveled from San Antonio to Dallas by American Airways. On March 7, he went from Dallas to Heathrow Airport in London via American Airways. From there, he took a British Airways flight landing in KIA on March 8 at 4.20 am.
The scary thing is, on March 9, the day after he landed in Bengaluru airport, he visited a tennis court and played with a ‘random person’. He repeated this exercise over the next two days, on March 10 and 11 as well. The details about the tennis court are yet to be updated.
Following, on March 10, at 10 pm, he drove his vehicle and met two of his friends. Later, he watched a movie at Sandhya Theatre in Madiwala with his wife.
After showing the symptoms he was asked to be under home isolation. Thereafter, the inspection team advised the man to visit RGICD on two days (March 12 as well as March 13), but he did not follow and continued to rest at home.
On March 14, finally, he went to RGICD along with his wife at 2.30 pm in his vehicle. On March 15, he was moved to a preferred hospital in an ambulance at 9.30 pm for admission and treatment. Here is the chart.