Chandigarh reports 28 new Covid-19 cases, infections count at 21,425

Chandigarh reported 28 more coronavirus cases on Sunday, taking the Union Territory's infection count to 21,425, according to a medical bulletin.

No COVID-19 related death was reported on Sunday and the toll stood at 349, as per the bulletin.

There are 186 active cases in the UT now, as per the bulletin.

A total of 11 patients were discharged after they recovered from the infection, taking the number of recoveries to 20,890, the bulletin said.

A total of 2,43,429 samples have been taken for testing so far and of them, 2,21,056 tested negative while reports of 63 samples were awaited, according to the bulletin.

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