Gurugram man 16th casualty

Gurugram man 16th casualty

Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, May 22

With 37 new cases, Haryana’s Covid tally reached 1,067 today, with a rise of 3.6%. The cases were reported from Gurugram (11), Mahendragarh (10), Kurukshetra (5), Faridabad (4), Karnal and Rewari (2 each) and Sonepat, Sirsa and Rohtak (1 each).

A 75-year-old Gurugram man died of Covid at the PGIMS in Rohtak, the 16th casualty in the state. Among the 11 cases in Gurugram, four are from Bhoda Kalan. Among the 10 cases in Mahendragarh, four are from Bajad Gujarvas Mahasar village.

The five cases in Kurukshetra include a man (32) from Kheri Dabbalan village, a 60-year-old man from Bakali village, a 40-year-old man from Gharaula village and two men aged 46 and 47 from Ladwa.

The four cases in Faridabad include a 40-year-old bank employee in Sector 16 working in Delhi, a 50-year-old from the NIT area having travel history to Mumbai, a 31-year-old resident of Ballabgarh having history of travel to UP and a 48-year-old woman suffering from anaemia and kidney ailment, who was shifted to the ESI Medical College and Hospital.

A man aged around 60 years and a 16-year-old tested positive in Karnal. The teenager had come from Delhi. A 28-year-old man of Naya Baans village in Rohtak, working at a fire station in Delhi, tested positive. A 25-year-old man of Rai in Sonepat tested positive.

Panchkula removed one case from its tally as he was untraceable so far. A total of 25 patients were cured, taking the tally to 706, with a recovery rate of 66.17%.

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