4 COVID cases from Wakad among 40 fresh cases in PCMC

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Pimpri, May 26, 2020: Till 9:31 pm today, 40 Coronavirus positive patients were reported in Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC) area, taking the total tally to 430.  According to PCMC, the new patients include 18 from Anandnagar (Chinchwad), 1 from Rupeenagar, 4 from  Pimpri, 4 from Wakad, 1 from Charholi, 1 from Kasarwadi, 2 from Akurdi,  3 from Bhatnagar  1 from walhekarwadi, 1 Kiwale, 4 from Bhosari .  Anandnagar near Chinchwad station has reached 141.


PCMC officials said that out of 430 total patients, 179 have been cured while seven have died. There are still 244 active patients who are undergoing treatment in different hospitals including YCM hospital and Bhosari hospital. Also, out of 61 patients from outside PCMC who were found positive, 10 have died while 20 have been cured. There are still 31 of them undergoing treatment in PCMC including two who were found positive today.


In Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC), A total of 246 new patients have been found today till 7.30 pm. Also, 140 patients have recovered while 9 people died. According to the PMC health department, the total number of COVID patients in Pune city has reached 5427 out of which 2875 have been cured while 273 have died.


At present, 2279 active patients are still undergoing treatment in different hospitals. They include 176 critical patients including 44 with ventilator support. Today swab samples of 2044 patients were collected for COVID test. Till now samples of 43,907 people have been tested.


Among the 9 deaths, five were men and four women, all between the age group of 30 to 82 years. They were from Hadapsar 3 (Ramtekadi, Nirmal township,hadapsar) , Yerwada 2  , Nana peth 2 , Camp 1, Parvati 1.


Across Maharashtra, there were 2091 new COVID19 cases taking the total number of cases to 54,758. Also, 97 people died while 1168 got discharge from hospitals after being cured. There are still 36004, active cases. The total death toll stands at 1792, while 16,954 patients have been discharged till date, according to Maharashtra Health Department.

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