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Thursday, 7 May 2020

Panipat district sees 1st Covid fatality

Panipat district sees 1st Covid fatality

Chandigarh May 6
Panipat area announced its first Covid demise on Wednesday and the state recorded an enormous 40 new cases. The infection has now asserted seven lives in the state and positive cases have expanded to 577. 

A-24-year-old young people of Panipat's Dinanath Colony passed on due to coronavirus late Tuesday night. The Health Department got his Covid-positive report on Wednesday. According to data, the man had originated from Delhi on Monday night to meet his grandma. He was a worker and living with his dad, a natural product seller. 

The Health Department group visited the region on Tuesday after the man's demise and a group gathered a swab test of the body and sent it for checking. Authorities said the adolescent had manifestations like fever and hack. Dinanath Colony has been fixed and the perished's grandma, her neighbor and her child have been isolated. Two additional people likewise tried constructive in Panipat ndash; a 34-year-elderly person and his six-year-old child, occupants of Kalkha town. 

Gurugram detailed an incredible 20 cases followed by five in Karnal, four in Ambala, three each in Sonepat and Panipat, two in Faridabad and one case each in Jhajjar, Fatehabad and Jind. 

While 10 of Gurugram patients are vegetable dealers or representatives of shops in Khandsa Mandi, three are wellbeing laborers of Madaan Hospital and four are essential contacts of a patient from Muzzaffarnagar. Different cases are that of a young lady of Sector 18, who lived with a Panipat young lady who was a Covid suspect. An Islampur man gotten the contamination from his dad who tried positive hardly any days prior and a Surat Nagar lady, a peon with a bank, additionally tried positive. 

In Karnal, five people of a family from Pakhana town in the locale tried constructive. Specialists said they had come back from Nanded Sahib on April 30. Their first report on May 2 returned negative, yet the second report on Wednesday was certain. KCGMC Director Dr Jagdish Dureja said the 44-year-elderly person, his significant other, 21-year-old little girl, 68-year-old mother and 67-year-old relative had been sent to Adesh Hospital in Kurukshetra. He said Gharaunda MLA Harvinder Kalyan and his staff additionally got themselves tried for Covid and were accounted for negative. 

Four new cases were accounted for from Ambala on Wednesday, taking the locale count to 41. Common Surgeon Dr Kuldeep Singh said every one of the four were returnees from Nanded Sahib. They incorporate a nine-year-old young lady and three grown-up guys. 

Faridabad revealed two progressively positive cases in the previous 24 hours taking the region's count to 78. Two additional patients were released from the emergency clinic in Faridabad, taking the quantity of got in the area to 45. 

The patients are a 72-year-elderly person and 14-year-old kid living with his grandparents in Greenfields Colony. He may have gotten the infection from his maternal auntie who visited their home as of late and tried positive. As he is his asymptomatic, the wellbeing specialists have put him under home segregation, as per Deputy Civil Surgeon Dr Ram Bhagat. The kid's grandparents have given no indications of the Covid up until now. The wellspring of contamination of the Sector 28 lady isn't known. Her home relatives have been isolated. 

In Jind, a 26-year-old who came back from Delhi on April 18 tried positive. He gave tests on May 4 in Uchana and his reports were gotten today. The Health Department has followed 14 of his contacts and isolated them. 

In Fatehabad area, a 23-year-old young lady who returned on May 2 from Delhi where she was getting ready for assessments tried positive. She has been secluded at Agroha Medical College. Her relatives who went with her back to their town in a taxi have tried negative. Jhajjar's most current case is a nearby contact of a vegetable vender of Bahadurgarh town who tried positive and is the locale's 65th.

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