Chandigarh: The havoc of Corona has been becoming an enemy of people's lives continuously. Every day people are dying due to the virus. In Haryana, two new cases of corona infection occurred in Bhiwani district on Saturday morning. With this, the number of positive patients in the state increased to 46. Two of them have died. One is a 67-year-old elderly resident of Ambala and a 72-year-old woman resident of Rohtak. Among the two positive cases found in Bhiwani, one village is from Sandwa and the other is from Manheru. Both of them returned after joining Markaz of Delhi. Late night, both reports came from the PGI and there was a stir in the health department. In the night, both the families brought the health department team from their homes and were sent to the Quarantine Center Lohani. It has been learned that the nodal officer Dr Rajesh told that the report of a 52-year-old elderly man and a 28-year-old resident of Sandwa, a resident of village Manheru, has come positive. 22 Jamati Quarantines have been done in Bhiwani. Samples of six of these were sent for investigation, of which two reported positive.
On Friday, five new cases were reported in the state. Three cases Nuh and one case each were found in Karnal and Gurugram. A woman resident of Rohtak died in Delhi due to the epidemic. The elderly resident of Ambala has died from this virus. So far 15 in Gurugram, 6 in Faridabad, 4 in Panipat, 3 in Sirsa, 2 in Panchkula, 2 in Bhiwani, 3 in Ambala, 1 in Hisar, 4 in Palwal, 3 in Noonh and 3 in Sonipat, Karnal, Rohtak. A case has come up.
17106 people have been kept under medical surveillance. 427 people have come directly in contact with positive patients. Out of a total of 1325 samples, 938 people have reported positive. Report of 343 people is awaited. 383 suspected patients are undergoing treatment in the hospital. So far 14 infected patients have been cured. Additional Chief Secretary of Health Department Rajiv Arora said that as a result of the multi-pronged strategy adopted by the state government, they have so far been successful in stopping the stage-3 (community broadcasting) status of Kovid-19 in the state. We are currently in Stage-2. Most of the cases are those whose travel history is there or they have come in contact with a positive patient.