- On Wednesday, Chhattisgarh records 8 new cases of covid19, taking the total tally to 369
- Chhattisgarh reports first Covid-19 death after migrant passing through tests positive
Chhattisgarh: The growing number of coronavirus cases has created a big hurdle in the nation. Due to this pandemic outbreak, the country is going through an economic crisis and taking several steps to help out people in every possible way. Since the past few days, Chhattisgarh has witnessed a sudden surge in the number of coronavirus cases mostly due to the returning of migrant workers.
On Wednesday, Chhattisgarh witnessed a slight decline in the daily count with only 8 new cases recorded in the last 24 hours.
Of the 8 cases, 5 are reportedly found in Jashpur district and will soon be admitted to Raigarh Covid hospital. The other 3 were found earlier today, One each from Bilaspur, Jagdalpur and balodabazar district.
With this, the total number of covid_19 infected cases reached to 369 including 286 active cases and 729 people have been successfully cured and discharged from the hospital. On a brighter side, only one death reported in the state, a migrant laborer who was travelling from Mumbai to West bengal died in bhilai.
Health Department of Chhattisgarh took to their twitter handle to inform “
Just in, 5 new corona positive patients have been identified from Jashpur district who are being admitted to Raigarh Covid Hospital. The total number of active patients in the state has increased to 286.”
Earlier on Wednesday, with 3 new patients found positive of coronavirus, it was also reported that 4 patients were successfully cured and discharged from the hospital.
While updating the Medical bulletin, Health department said “Today a total of 3 new coronavirus patients were identified. On the positive side, 4 patients were discharged after recovery. The total active patients are 281.”
So far in Chhattisgarh, a total of 59,320 probable persons of coronavirus symptom have been sampled in which 57,283 results have been found negative and 1673 are under scrutiny.