With 7 more deaths, Covid toll in Bathinda reaches 306

The total Covid positive cases in the district have reached 16,341

With 7 more deaths, Covid toll in Bathinda reaches 306

Photo for representation only. Tribune file

Sukhmeet Bhasin

Tribune News Service

Bathinda, April 19

Bathinda witnessed seven new Covid deaths on Monday, a new high in fatalities for the district that saw a significant rise in cases in April.

According to information, Mohinder Singh (75), resident of near Gurdwara Singh Sabha, died at Aruna Memorial Hospital here.

Varinder Rani (47), resident of Hazi Rattan, died on Monday at DMC, Ludhiana.

Bachitar Singh (59), resident of Kararwala village in the district, died at Indrani Hospital here.

Sukhpal Kaur (50), resident of Ramsara village, died at Pragma Hospital here.

Gurmail Singh (65), resident of Kotshamir village, died at the medical college hospital at Faridkot. 

Jaspreet Kaur (42), of Jagah Ram Tirath village, died at PGI, Chandigarh.

Ram Chander (80), resident of Arya Samaj Chowk here, also died on Monday.

From April 1 to 18, 31 people have died due of Covid in the district, while 3,332 have tested positive for the virus. The total positive cases in the district now have reached 16,341, while the death count has gone up to 306.

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