6 more contract virus in Chandigarh

6 more contract virus in Chandigarh

A woman gets the Covid vaccine at the GMSH-16. Pradeep Tewari

Chandigarh: The city recorded six fresh cases of coronavirus on Thursday and no death due to the virus. Meanwhile, seven more patients got the better of the disease in the past 24 hours. —TNS

One death, three cases in Mohali

Mohali: One more patient succumbed to Covid-19, taking the death toll to 1,065 in the district. Earlier, the district had reported a Covid fatality on September 26. Meanwhile, three persons tested positive for the virus on Thursday, taking the tally to 68,738, while one patient was cured of the disease. A case each was reported from Dera Bassi, Kharar and Mohali. —TNS

No new case in Panchkula

Panchkula: The district recorded zero new case of coronavirus on Thursday, keeping the tally unchanged at 30,738. The toll also remained at 377. While 30,340 people have recovered from the infectious disease so far, 21 cases are still active. The recovery rate stands at 98.70 per cent. —TNS

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