80-year-old woman tests positive in Bapu Dham Colony, Chandigarh’s Covid-19 count climbs to 302
Admitted to the Government Multi Speciality Hospital in Sector 16, the woman is the community contact of a positive caseUpdated: Jun 04, 2020 23:08 IST
An 80-year-old woman, a resident of Bapu Dham Colony, tested positive for Covid-19 here on Thursday.
With this, UT’s Covid-19 count has reached 302, of which 75 cases are active and there have been five fatalities. A total of 222 patients have been discharged, a recovery rate of 73.5%.
The woman, admitted to the Government Multi-Speciality Hospital in Sector 16, is a community contact of a positive case, officials said. Samples of six of her family members were collected. One report is negative.
Also, eight patients, all residents of Bapu Dham Colony, were shifted to the post-discharge quarantine centre at Sood Dharamshala. These included one female and seven male patients.
Three patients discharged in Mohali
Three Covid-19 patients were discharged from Gian Sagar Hospital in Banur after recovering from the disease.
These included two male patients from Mohali and one male from Zirakpur. The district reported no new case on Thursday.
Of the 123 confirmed cases so far, 106 people have recovered and three have died. The district now has 14 active cases, a recovery rate of 86.1%.
Panchkula tally remained 27 with no new case as well.