Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh led Punjab Govt has strongly advised road travellers entering or transiting through Punjab to self-register, either through COVA app or through a weblink, https://cova.punjab.gov.in/registration, before embarking on the journey. The objective of e-registration is to avoid any inconvenience to the travellers due to crowding and long queues at the border check points.
After registration the primary traveller will receive a confirmation link through SMS.
This will be followed by basic medical screening. After successful medical screening, the process is over. In case a passenger exhibits Covid symptoms, the health staff at the Border Check Point will assist and guide the passenger(s).
Category: Natural Calamity
(Asr,Pb)Wall of a Govt School Collapsed :2 Killed
Wall of a government school collapsed and fell on the adjoining houses during rain
The deceased persons have been identified as Satnam Singh and Kiran Bala, residents of Nawakot locality
Minister and local MLA O P Soni has announced a compensation of Rs 4 lakh for the families of the victims.
(Pune)Pune Mayor Muralidhar Mohol Tested +ve For Corona Virus
Mayor Tweeted that He underwent a test after suffering from mild fever and found that he has caught the virus,
His condition was stable and he was undergoing treatment
(Ahmedabad)former C M of Gujarat Shanker Sinh Vaghela Test +ve for Coronavirus
He was suffering from fever for last three-four days and was quarantined at his home in Gandhinagar under doctor’s guidance
Now Shifted to Private Hospital
(Chd,Pb) Amritsar,today also,Losses four Lives to Covid19
Amritsar continue to top the COVID-19 tally in the state with 754 Punjab on Saturday reported six fatalities due to coronavirus and 120 fresh cases
The death toll in the state now is 98 with the coronavirus tally reaching 3,952.
Four deaths were reported in Amritsar and one each in Ludhiana and Kapurthala
The state has reported 812 fresh COVID-19 cases since June 15.
On Saturday, Jalandhar reported 47 cases, followed by Amritsar 21, Sangrur 14, Mohali 11, Ludhiana and Patiala seven each, Kapurthala four, Pathankot, Tarn Taran and Fatehgarh Sahib two each, and Moga, Mansa and Barnala one each, the bulletin said.
Seven of the new patients had a travel history to Delhi and Gurgaon.
Forty-two coronavirus patients were discharged, taking the number of people cured of the infection to 2,678.
The state now has 1,176 active COVID-19 cases
Amritsar continued to top the COVID-19 tally in the state with 754 cases, followed by 536 in Jalandhar, 496 in Ludhiana, 213 in Mohali , 206 in Patiala, 204 in Sangrur, 180 in Tarn Taran, 176 in Gurdaspur, 167 in Pathankot, 155 in Hoshiarpur, 121 in SBS Nagar, 94 in Faridkot, 87 in Fatehgarh Sahib, 84 in Rupnagar, 79 in Muktsar, 75 in Moga, 64 in Bathinda, 62 each in Ferozepur and Kapurthala, 55 in Fazilka, 39 in Mansa and 43 in Barnala, it said.
Five patients are critical and on ventilator support, while 21 are on oxygen support, the bulletin said.
So far, 2,35,700 samples have been taken for testing.
(Bhopa,MP )MP Govt Rubbishes Reports of COVID-19 in Chicken
The Animal Husbandry Department of Madhya Pradesh has termed as “baseless” the reports doing rounds on social media that coronavirus was found in chicken in some poultry farms in the state.
It has also made it clear that consumption of chicken was completely safe and does not cause infection.