Six +ve cases in Tarn Taran

Six +ve cases in Tarn Taran

Our Correspondent

Tarn Taran, June 29

Six more Covid-19 positive cases were reported from Tarn Taran on Monday, while three were discharged from the isolation ward of the local Civil Hospital as their test reports came out negative.

SMO Dr Inder Mohan Gupta confirmed that six positive cases were admitted to the Civil Hospital. Hence, the count of positive cases admitted to the Civil Hospital has reached 11. The SMO said: “Total 9,388 Covid-19 samples have been tested so far, of which 205 reports were detected as positive and 182 patients were discharged after their reports came out negative. Three Covid-19 patients have died in the district.”

According to another report, nine persons who were isolated at the hostel of Sri Guru Angad Dev College, Khadoor Sahib, were found corona negative and sent back to their homes after providing certificates of their well-being by local health and administrative officials on Monday. Bhai Nirmal Singh of Khadoor Sahib Kar Sewa sect, which was taking care of the quarantined persons, said five of them returned from Canada, three from Australia and the ninth returned from Malaysia. Shelter, food and all other essential services were provided by Kar Sewa Khadur Sahib.

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