With over 600 cases reported in the last 24 hours, India has witnessed the highest single-day hike in coronavirus (COVID 19) cases. But, there is good news for Chandigarh. Union Territory has not reported any new case in the last 24 hours. In addition, three people have recovered and have been discharged.
We salute doctors of Chandigarh risking their lives to cure patients.3 persons walked away smiling fully cured.our figure reduced from 18 to 15.Three cheers for doctors☺️💐💐💐😊
— Manoj Parida.IAS (@Manoj_ParidaIAS) April 4, 2020
UT Advisor Manoj Parida took to Twitter and wrote: “We salute doctors of Chandigarh risking their lives to cure patients.3 persons walked away smiling fully cured. Our figure reduced from 18 to 15.Three cheers for doctors.” Replying to his tweet, a user wrote: “A big thank you to the doctors.”
Another user wrote: “Sir, it’s all about your strict administration strategies and planning.” “Truly efforts from the heart never fail. Salute to our full health team lower to upper and our administrative team,” another user said.
Chandigarh reported 18 cases so far out of which 3 have been cured and discharged. Now, 15 cases are left in Chandigarh. In another tweet, Manoj Parida wrote: “THREE WALK FREE.said goodbye Corona…. ab mat sana☺️😊.”
Coronavirus in Punjab
The total number of cases in Punjab has increased to 59 after a fresh case was reported on Saturday. The daughter of late Hazoori Ragi Bhai Nirmal Singh Khalsa, who died due to coronavirus, has tested positive for the novel coronavirus on Saturday. She has been admitted to a hospital in Jalandhar.