65 new COVID-19 cases in Chandigarh

Chandigarh has 657 active COVID-19 cases

65 new COVID-19 cases in Chandigarh

People shop at the Grain Market in Sector 26, Chandigarh. Tribune photo: Manoj Mahajan

Chandigarh, October 30

Sixty-five more people tested positive for the novel coronavirus in Chandigarh on Friday, bringing the infection count to 14,351, according to a medical bulletin.

No new fatality linked to COVID-19 was reported in the city on Friday and the death toll from the disease stands at 225, the bulletin said.

Chandigarh has 657 active COVID-19 cases, according to the Friday’s bulletin.

Sixty-seven more patients were discharged after they recovered from the infection, taking the number of recoveries to 13,469, it said.

A total of 1,06,090 samples have been taken for COVID-19 testing and 91,097 of them tested negative while reports of 99 are awaited, according to the bulletin. PTI

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