Tarn Taran, May 30
The district reported one more case of Covid-19 on Saturday. The number of active cases has risen to five while 161 patients have been sent to their homes after treatment.
The 28-year-old patient is a resident of Verowal village. He had returned from Kuwait on May 26 and his test report was received on Saturday by the administration. He was admitted at the isolation ward of the local Civil Hospital, said officials of the Health Department.
Meanwhile, 14 foreign returned persons who were kept in the quarantine centre of Sri Guru Anged Dev College, Khadoor Sahib, were sent to their homes on Saturday after the expiry of the isolation period. The returnees were given covid-19 negative certificates by the health department.
These persons had returned from countries like Canada, Australia, Muscat, Malaysia, Indonesia, etc. The tests of these persons came negative.
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