Tribune News Service
Mohali, August 9
The Covid-19 tally crossed the 1,300-mark with the surfacing of 45 fresh cases in Mohali district on Sunday.
With this, 320 cases (around 25 pc) out of the total 1,309 cases have surfaced during the last five days.
The persons infected with the virus included 72-year-old male of Sector 91, 60-year-old male, 60-year-old female of Mullanpur, 28-year-old female of Mubarikpur, two females aged 5, 3 and two males aged 32, 16, of Sector 127; 47-year-old female of Kurali, 44-year-old female of Banur, 63-year-old female and two males aged 63, 42 of Zirakpur, 20-year-old female of Baltana, 62-year-old female of Chandiala, three males aged 40, 33, 39 of Sector 71; 52-year-old male and 29-year-old female of Mohali, 45-year-old male of Sector 79; 39-year-old male of Sector 68; 51-year-old female of Bajheri, 45-year-old male of Kumbra, two males aged 32, 31 and female aged 18 of Kharar, 64-year-old male of Phase 2; 27-year-old male of Phase 7; 62-year-old male of Desumajra; 21-year-old male of Banmajra, 38-year-old male of Mirpur, 52-year-old male of Saidpur, 26-year-old male of Balongi, two males aged 64, 54 of Phase 1; 63-year-old female of Sector 63, three males aged 35, 53, 25 of Nayagaon, 11-year-old male and 35-year-old female of Sector 65; 37-year-old male of Phase 4; 31-year-old male of Tangori and 40-year-old male of SBP Homes, Mohali.
Civil Surgeon Dr Manjit Singh said all the patients have been isolated and teams have been deputed to take the samples of the family members and to trace the contacts. He said 20 positive patients have been cured and discharged from the hospital.
As of now, there are 1309 positive cases out of which 694 have been discharged. There are 596 active aces with three deaths in the district.
The total caseload mounted to 53,08,014
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