Thirty more Border Security Force workforce, including two posted at its home office in Delhi, have tested positive for COVID-19, taking the pandemic in the power to 223, authorities said on Friday.
The outskirt guarding force has the most number of active COVID-19 cases among the Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs), otherwise called paramilitary powers.
The CAPFs have more than 500 dynamic COVID-19 cases at present.
“Thirty new instances of COVID-19 (six from Delhi and 24 from Tripura) have been accounted for from various foundations.
Every one of them is under the best accessible clinical consideration at AIIMS-Jhajjar and G B Pant Hospital, Agartala,” BSF representative Shubhendu Bhardwaj said in an announcement.
Out of the six new cases from Delhi, two were posted at the BSF’s home office in the national capital and four were posted at different units in the city.
One more floor in the eight-storeyed home office of the power in CGO complex on the Lodhi Road has been closed, the authorities said.
The all outnumber of cases in the BSF presently remains at 223. Two jawans have recouped, while two have died.