The department is all set to get as many as seven new ventilators to its name, from funds of the state government as well as the money donated by speaker of Haryana Vidhan Sabha and MLA of the city, Gian Chand Gupta.
The group of students, who created this application, developed the MANU application apprehending the commencement of stage three of the COVID-19 pandemic, which involves community transmission.
Even as doctors suggest that Limcee is a good immunity booster, they also advise to gargle with salt water gargle instead of with betadine gargles.
The delay was made even as we were in direct contact with the patient,” says a member of the nursing staff at PGIMER who was one of the staff members exposed to the 65-year-old COVID-19 patient who passed away.
Another group of 27 people, who too attended Tablighi Jamaat at Sikar, Rajasthan, and had arrived at their village Khuda Baksh in Pinjore of Panchkula on March 21 were put in quarantine at the same place.
UT Administrator V P Singh Badnore along with Adviser Manoj Parida presided over a meeting with senior officials of the Tricity and reviewed the pandemic situation.
The Chandigarh Administration and officials from PGIMER, however, maintained that the patient was alive and on a ventilator and passed away on Tuesday morning.
Confirming the death, Deputy Commissioner Girish Dayalan tweeted, “The 65 M patient reported yesterday had unfortunately passed away at PGI. His close contacts who are already isolated, are being tested.”
It was on the evening of March 20 that a 40-year-old became the first person to test positive in Haryana’s Panchkula district.
The 31-year-old nursing staff member was one of the 36 healthcare staff from PGIMER who were exposed to the 65-year-old patient from Nayagaon in the emergency ward of the hospital. She did not wear adequate protective equipment.
As many as 44,546 personnel were on the field Tuesday to enforce restrictions and conduct relief operations on a war footing, a government statement said.
While the government has initiated its own door-to-door drive to sensitize people about the spread of the disease that could be deadly, the farm bodies have been writing to the government to allow them to join in.
Talking about exodus of migrant labourers, Khattar said, “We have overcome that problem. All those people have agreed to our appeal and are now in safe homes/ relief camps. 467 relief camps have been set up in the state with a capacity of 70,000 people."
According to the police, none of them have returned to Himachal Pradesh and have instead been quarantined in Delhi.
The Dalai Lama also made a donation to PM CARES Fund from the Dalai Lama Trust and the staff of the Dalai Lama’s office also donated their one day’s salary to the Fund.
The eight labourers were returning to their native state of Uttar Pradesh when a police party meet them. They disclosed that they were shown the door.
Bharat Goswami, a transporter in Chandigarh, is unable to send his consignment of hand sanitisers to be delivered in Bihar, as ordered by the Bihar government, as his trucks are stuck in Chandigarh, with no driver agreeing to make the journey.
“What hurts is the stupid people’s attempt to sink the ship by societal mass infection. The violators of lock down are social criminals," said UT Adviser.
The 40-year-old mother of the eighth COVID-19 patient, a 22-year-old resident of Sector 30 who had travel history from Dubai, tested positive for the disease on Monday.
PSEB’s Controller Examination, Janak Raj Mehrok said that the practical examination of fifth and eighth grades and the written examinations of matric and senior secondary examination have been postponed for indefinite period.