Gurugram: Gurugram registered its fourth death due to COVID-19 on Monday as a 68-year-old patient succumbed to the infection.
Dr J.S. Punia, civil surgeon of Gurugram said the victim also had co-morbid conditions like heart problem and diabetes.
Besides, district administration also detected 129 fresh cases on Monday.
The spike in numbers keeps rising in the city with 619 cases registered in last one week. It is worrying for all age groups especially senior citizens as infection appeared from every place in the district. The total cases have now reached 903, more than 2.5 times higher than Faridabad with 392. A of total 265 cases emerged in Haryana on Monday.
As per the data of health department, 33 infected persons were detected on May 26, 20 on May 27, 68 on May 28, 115 on May 29 and 157 on May 30, 97 on May 31 and 129 on June 1. The doubling rate of cases is now 6 days in Gurugram.
Besides, 615 patients are currently admitted in isolation wards of different hospitals while 284 patients are discharged till now.
Official believes that interstate movement between Delhi and Gurugram has been responsible for the spike. The Haryana government has sealed the borders with Delhi, but still a large number of people sneak through.
On Monday morning, there was some strictness on the borders as police checked vehicles. Though, it was not the case throughout the day as commuters easily crossed the border in the afternoon between 12 to 4 pm.