28 cases, 1 more death in Panchkula

28 cases, 1 more death in Panchkula

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Panchkula, October 15

The district reported 28 new coronavirus cases and one more death today, taking the case tally to 6,712 and toll to 105.

A 59-year-old woman from Sector 15, who was suffering from diabetes, succumbed to the disease.

Among the fresh cases, six are from Sector 27, five from Pinjore, four from Sector 15, two from Sector 14 and one each from Amravati Enclave, Bakshiwala, Devinagar, ITBP, Kalka, the MDC, Sector 5, Sector 16, Sector 25, Sector 26, Sector 4 and Surajpur. While 321 cases are still active, 6,286 patients have been cured. Panchkula has conducted 78,283 tests.

Docs support campaign

To promote the importance of wearing mask and practising social distancing, Civil Hospital doctors on Thursday extended their support to the mask signature campaign launched by NGO Parivartan Welfare Association, along with the Government Medical College and Hospital, Sector 32, Chandigarh.

The signatures were taken on the 36-foot-long mask under the campaign.

 

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