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Covid-19: Mohali worst-hit with over 6,000 active cases

With over 6,000 active cases, Mohali remained the worst-affected district in the state in the past one week.

As per data of the Health Department, the state has 34,190 active cases. The ratio of active cases is 11 per cent. The active cases are important as it indicates towards the prevalence of infection in a particular area.Mohali district has the highest 6,110 active cases and 25 deaths, the district is followed by Ludhiana with 4,444 active cases and 38 deaths in the past one week, Amritsar 4,165 cases and 56 deaths, Jalandhar 3,193 cases and 31 deaths and Patiala 2,938 active cases and 34 deaths and Bathinda has 2,020 active cases.

In the fresh bulletin, the state today reported 4,957 cases and 68 deaths.

Among the worst hit districts, SAS Nagar topped the chart with 880 cases, followed by Amritsar 742 cases, Ludhiana 686 cases, Jalandhar 445 cases, Patiala 379 and Bathinda 293 cases.

In the district-wise break-up of deaths, Amritsar topped the chart with 11 deaths, followed by Gurdaspur with nine, Patiala seven, Ropar six, SAS Nagar and Ludhiana five each, Jalandhar four, Kapurthala, Tarn Taran and Fazilka three each, Barnala, Faridkot, Fatehgarh Sahib and Hoshiarpur two deaths each, Mansa, Moga, Pathankot and Bathinda one death each.

CM did nothing to boost health infra: AAP

  • AAP senior leader Harpal Singh Cheema termed the Covid outbreak incompetence of the Capt Amarinder Singh-led state government
  • Despite Punjab being one of the states with highest number of cases, the government did nothing to boost health facilities and infrastructure in the past one year
  • “The government has been taking lenient steps to deal with the virus spread due to which majority of the people were today infected,” he added
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