Tribune News Service
Mohali, June 23
Mohali reported four more coronavirus cases on Monday, officials said.
Two men, ages 43 and 36, and two teenagers---a girl age 16 and a boy age 15---tested positive on Monday. All four are from Mohali’s Sector 91.
The 43-year-man and the two teenagers had recently returned from Delhi, Civil Surgeon Dr Manjit Singh said. The last case was a man who recently returned from Himachal.
All four have been moved to a Covid Care Centre at Banur’s Gian Sagar Hospital in Banur.
Three people have been released from the hospital after they made full recovery, the doctor said.
District authorities say put Mohali’s tally at 226 COVID-19 cases, 52 of them active. Punjab’s tally, however, puts the district’s number at 219.
None of the new cases have been added to the official state tally yet.
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