In an order to contain the spread of COVID-19, the Chandigarh Administration has declared new containment zones.
In a letter signed by UT Adviser Manoj Parida, the Administration has been directed to continue the regular screening and monitoring of the areas by the medical teams.
The Municipal authorities have also been asked to maintain frequent sanitization of the areas announced as the containment zones.
|Sr No.||Sector/Village||Detail of Containment Zone|
|1||Part of Sector 15||House No. 274 to 280 & House No. 281 to 287|
|2||Part of Sector 22||House No. 1691 to 1698|
|3||Part of Sector 26 (Police Line)||House No. 82, 83, and 84|
|4||Part of Sector 37-D||House No. 3557 to 3560|
|5||Part of Sector 39-B||House No. 1269 to 1274|
|6||Part of Sector 41-B||House No. 1049 to 1056|
|7||Part of Sector 41-B||House No. 1119 to 1124|
|8||Part of Sector 41-B||House No. 1221 to 1230|
|9||Part of Sector 44-D||House No. 3167 to 3172|
|10||Part of Mauli Complex, Mauli Jagran||House No. 3543 to 3554|
|11||Part of Shanti Nagar Gali no. 11||House No. 151, 152, 154, 2215/1, 2215/2, 2215/2|
Meanwhile, the residents have been advised to strictly maintain social distancing norms, wear masks, and follow hand hygiene.
According to the media bulletin issued by the Chandigarh Health Department on Wednesday, the total number of coronavirus cases in Chandigarh has increased to 12,820 out of which 182 COVID patients have died while 11,190 have been cured and discharged.
A total of 155 patients were discharged on Wednesday including persons from home isolation who completed 10 days and were asymptomatic.