Within the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) limits, 523 people tested positive. Also,
328 patients were discharged from the hospitals. At present, 324 patients are critical.
The surge in the cases has also hampered the doubling rate which has come down from 24 days to 19 – a decline marked by the Unlock 1.0.
In Pimpri-Chinchwad, 157 new positive cases were reported along with one death. The remaining 37 positive cases were reported from rural areas and 24 from the cantonments’ jurisdictions.
At Sassoon General Hospitals, a 67-year-old from Hadapsar passed away due to type-1 respiratory failure, pneumonia, acute kidney (AKI) and comorbid obesity. An 80-year-old from Ghorpadi passed away due to cardiogenic shock, pneumonia, diabetes and hypertension.
A 54-year-old from Kothrud succumbed to similar reasons. A 68-year-old from died of acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), pneumonitis, myocarditis with diabetes hypertension and obesity. A 76-year-old from Hadapsar suffered from ARDS, pneumonitis, myocarditis, multiple-organ distress syndrome (MODS) and diabetes hypertension. A 75-year-old and an 81-year-old passed away due to pneumonitis among other comorbidities.
At Deenanath Mangeshkar Hospital, a 49-year-old and a 58-year-old succumbed to ARDS and pneumonia. A 57-year-old from Sinhagad Road succumbed to hypertension and pneumonia.
A 68-year-old and a 75-year-old succumbed to pneumonia at Bharati Hospital. The latter was also afflicted with ARDS and suffered from
At Kashibai Navale hospital, a 52-year-old from Dhayari passed away on the same day that he was admitted. He suffered from pneumonia with diabetes. A 54-year-old from FC road lost his battled to ARDS, hypertension and diabetes 10 days after he was admitted.
An 82-year-old from Karve Nagar admitted to Sanjeevan Hospital passed away due to Intra cardial bleeding, hypertension and lower respiratory tract infection.
At Ruby Hall Clinic, a 69-year-old from Kondhwa succumbed to ARDS and subsequent type-1 respiratory failure. A 31-year-old from Guruwar Peth suffered a heart and
Third +ve case in Pandharpur
A COVID-19 positive case has been reported at Pandharpur, two days before the annual wari procession leaves for the pilgrim town. The third case here till date, this is the first resident to test positive; the other two were travellers. Now, a strict four-day curfew will be implemented from Monday onwards.
After much confusion, it was finally decided that the Palkhi will travel to Pandharpur in a Shivneri bus on June 30, a day before Ekadashi. The person who tested positive is on the board of directors at a cooperative bank, and met scores of people in the past few days.
Almost 145 such contacts are getting identified and his 41 close contacts, including a government official from the town, are quarantined. The area where he stays, Kala Maruti Chowk near the temple, has been sealed.