With 98 new cases, Chandigarh’s COVID-19 tally rises to 13,260

Coronavirus Update: India's COVID-19 tally rises to 77,06,946

The total number of coronavirus cases in Chandigarh has increased to 13,260 after 98 new cases of COVID-19 were reported in the last 24 hours, as of Monday evening.

A total of 111 COVID-19 patients were discharged including persons from home isolation who have completed 10 days and are asymptomatic, as per the guidelines issued by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.

With 98 new cases, Chandigarh's COVID-19 tally rises to 13,260

Meanwhile, a 70-year-old man, resident of Sector 50, a case of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus and Hypertension, who had tested COVID positive, expired at GMCH-32 on October 11.

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With this, the death toll due to COVID-19 has increased to 192.

With 98 new cases, Chandigarh's COVID-19 tally rises to 13,260

Here are the new coronavirus cases in Chandigarh: 

Sector/Village/Colony Number of cases
Sector 2 2
Sector 5 1
Sector 8 1
Sector 9 2
Sector 11 1
Sector 14 2
Sector 15 1
Sector 19 1
Sector 21 5
Sector 24 1
Sector 26 1
Sector 27 1
Sector 29 4
Sector 30 2
Sector 35 2
Sector 37 1
Sector 38 1
Sector 40 1
Sector 44 1
Sector 45 2
Sector 46 1
Sector 47 1
Sector 50 1
Sector 51 1
Sector 56 1
Sector 63 1
BAPU DHAM 2
DADU MAJRA 1
DHANAS 6
G51 BN CRPF NWS HALLOMAJRA CAMPUS 36
VILLAGE HALLO MAJRA 1
KHUDA ALISHER 1
KHUDA JASSU 3
KHUDA LAHORA 1
KISHAN GARH 1
MALOYA 2
MANI MAJRA 3
MAULI JAGRAN 2
Grand Total (RT-PCR) & (RAPID ANTIGEN) 98

 

The coronavirus cases in Chandigarh has been witnessing decline from the past few days.

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The Chandigarh Administrator has directed Special Secretary Health to ensure that patients in home isolation are well taken care of and provided necessary medicines and health kits.

With 98 new cases, Chandigarh's COVID-19 tally rises to 13,260

The Administrator has also directed that regular monitoring and telephonic consultations with them should be done by dedicated doctors.

educareThe Administrator has directed the Deputy Commissioner to ensure that the festivals are celebrated by people while following the COVID protocol strictly. Necessary guidelines should be issued while giving permissions for such public celebrations.

-PTC News