Indian Museum Kolkata Sealed After Security Personnel Dies Of COVID-19

Thirty-three CISF personnel deployed at the gallery's security unit have been asked to self-quarantine, Indian Museum director AD Choudhury told PTI.

Indian Museum Kolkata Sealed After Security Personnel Dies Of COVID-19

Indian Museum was sealed after a CISF officer posted there died of COVID-19. (Representational)

Kolkata:

The Indian Museum in Kolkata was sealed on Friday after a CISF officer posted there died of COVID-19, an official said.

Thirty-three CISF personnel deployed at the gallery's security unit have been asked to self-quarantine, Indian Museum director AD Choudhury told PTI.

The museum is closed since March 14.

"... After a report of a CISF jawan testing coronavirus positive, these security personnel have been quarantined," the director said.

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The entire museum premises and the security quarters are being sanitised and the staffers have been asked not to come to the office for the time being, he said.