REPORT: 15,000 Indians may have been infected by ‘super-spreader’ guru

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At least 15,000 people who may have caught the coronavirus from a “super-spreader” guru are under strict quarantine in northern India after the Sikh religious leader died of COVID-19.

The 70-year-old guru, Baldev Singh, had returned from a trip to Europe’s virus epicentre Italy and Germany when he went preaching in more than a dozen villages in Punjab state.

The article goes on to state the following:

It has sparked one of India’s most serious alerts related to the pandemic and special food deliveries are being made to each household under even tighter restrictions than the 21-day nationwide stay-at-home order imposed by the government.

“The guru refused to self-quarantine after returning from Italy, instead visiting dozens of villages,” Washington Examiner tweeted.

“15,000-20,000 people in India have been infected by a super-spreader. He was a spiritual guru,” tweeted Ian Miles Cheong, managing editor of Human Events.

The latest COVID-19 stats (at time of publication of this story):

  • India Coronavirus Cases: 987
  • India Deaths: 24
  • India Recovered: 84

  • Global Coronavirus Cases: 658,206
  • Global Deaths: 30,449
  • Global Recovered: 141,419

  • US Coronavirus Cases: 120,204
  • US Coronavirus Deaths: 1,997
  • US Recovered: 3,229

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