PGI discontinues screening of asymptomatic patients : The Tribune India

PGI discontinues screening of asymptomatic patients

Symptomatic patients will, however, continue to be tested and isolated as per the extant guidelines

PGI discontinues screening of asymptomatic patients


Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, February 11

The PGI has decided to discontinue the screening of asymptomatic patients for Covid-19.

The Infection Control Committee of the premier health institute decided to discontinue the screening of asymptomatic patients for Covid-19 before admission, operative interventions, procedures and miscellaneous investigations.

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3 die in Chandigarh , 95 +ve

Chandigarh: The city on Friday reported 95 new cases of Covid-19. The UT also recorded three deaths of an 80-year-old unvaccinated woman, a 75-year-old man, who was found infected posthumously, and a 65-year-old man, a case of diabetes mellitus. — TNS

Symptomatic patients will, however, continue to be tested and isolated as per the extant guidelines.


Mohali sees one fatality, 81 cases

Mohali: One more person succumbed to Covid-19 in the district. A 53-year-old man from Sohana village died of the virus at the GMCH-32. He had not been vaccinated. The district saw 81 fresh cases on Friday. — TNS

56 new cases, one death in Panchkula

Panchkula: The district reported 56 fresh cases of Covid and one death. A 42-year-old man from Parwala, who was suffering from decompensated alcoholic cirrhosis, died of Covi. He was not vaccinated. — TNS

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