Four COVID-19 deaths in 24 hours; Panchkula reports 72 cases

The coronavirus tally stands at 5,182

Four COVID-19 deaths in 24 hours; Panchkula reports 72 cases

The district records 1,219 active cases. — Reuters

Tribune News Service
Panchkula, September 22

Panchkula reported four deaths and 72 COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, the district's death total to 71. 

The coronavirus tally stands at 5,182. 

COVID-19 deaths: 

A 65-year-old woman from Sector 12, an 87-year-old man from Sector 16, a 78-year-old man from Barwala and a 78-year-old man from Sector 19 succumbed to the disease.

COVID-19 cases: 

Among the new patients, 10 were from Sector 21, six from Pinjore, five each from Raipur Rani and Sector 8, four each from Sector 19 and Sector 20, three each from Sector 11, Sector 12 and Sector 2, two each from Bir Ghaggar, the MDC, Sector 4, the MDC, Sector 5, Morni, Sector 14, Sector 15, Sector 4 and Sector 9, and one each from Barwala, Kanouli, Manaktabra, the MDC, Sector 6, Police Lines, Sector 1, Sector 10, Sector 12-A, Sector 16, Sector 18, Sector 25, Sector 26 and Sector 28.

While 1,219 cases are still active, 3,892 people have been discharged or cured.

So far, Panchkula has conducted 60,126 Covid tests.

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