PCMC: 7 fresh COVID patients from New/Old Sangvi among 14 total cases

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Pimpri, June 1, 2020: In Pimpri-Chinchwad city, 14 COVID infected patients were found during the day on Monday. The number of Corona victims in the city has crossed five hundred and the total number has reached 537. Also, 16 people were discharged from hospitals who have recovered from Coronavirus. So far, 278 people have been cured.


There is an atmosphere of concern among the citizens of the city due to the frequent increase in the number of COVID19 patients in the last few days.


According to PCMC, out of 537 total patients 278 have been cured while eight people have died. There are 251 active patients undergoing treatment in Pimpri-Chinchwad as well as outside (33 patients). Also, out of 90 non-PCMC patients under treatment here, 12 have died while 34 have been cured and discharged. There are still 44 patients admitted here. One non-PCMC COVID patient was admitted in hospital today.


According to Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC), the total number of Coronavirus positive patients till date has reached 6529 out of which 3950 have been cured while 320 have died. There are still 2259 active patients undergoing treatment in various hospitals. They include 174 critical patients out of which 46 are on ventilator support. Today swab samples of 1597 people were collected for COVID tests. Till now 50,917 people have been tested in Pune city.


Across Maharashtra, there were 2361 new COVID19 cases today taking the total number of cases to 70,013 . Also, 76 people died while 779 got discharge from hospitals after being cured. There are still 37,534 active cases. The total death toll stands at 2362, while 30,108 patients have been discharged till date, according to Maharashtra Health Department.



According to the Union Health Ministry, the number of Coronavirus positive patients has reached 190,535 across the country. Out of this, 91,818 have been cured and discharged from hospitals while 5394 people have died and one patient has migrated out of the country. There are still 93,322 active patients undergoing treatment in hospitals across the country.