On March 18, 70-year-old Pathi of village Pathalawa in Nawanshahar district died, who had come from Germany in the past.
On March 29, an elderly Pathi of Hoshiarpur village Moranwali died. He was admitted to Amritsar, infected due to contact with an elderly reader of Nawanshahr.
On March 30, a 42-year-old woman from Ludhiana died a few hours after being admitted to Rajindra Hospital in Patiala and confirmed the infection.
On March 31, a 65-year-old man from Mohali admitted to Chandigarh PGI MER succumbed.
On 2 April Ragi, a former admitted in Amritsar, Mr. Harimandir Sahib also passed away.
On April 5, a 69-year-old woman admitted to Fortis Hospital in Ludhiana succumbed,
who was hospitalized on 31 March.
On April 5, a 75-year-old woman from Sujanpur in Pathankot district died in Amritsar. This was the first positive case of the district.
On April 6, another 65-year-old man, who had retired from the Municipal Corporation, died in Amritsar.
On April 8, a 55-year-old man died in village Chatamali of Ropar district admitted to PGI MER. This was the district’s first case of infection.
On 8 April, a woman from Barnala also died. His report came positive after death.
On April 8, a woman died in Mohali district’s second death. The first report was negative, while the sample was positive after death.
In Jalandhar on 9 April Thursday morning, the 59-year-old father of the Congress leader died during treatment.
On 9 April, the report of a dead woman in Shahkot in Jalandhar district came positive on 13 April.
On April 16, a retired teacher of village Bhani Paswal of Gurdaspur district died at Guru Nanak Dev Hospital in Amritsar.
On April 17, Corona positive 58-year-old Kanungo Gurmel, a resident of Sub Division Payal in Ludhiana district, died.
On April 18, the second death of ACP Alil Kohli was recorded in Ludhiana within 24 hours.
On April 23, the 6-month-old girl from Phagwara, who was recorded 17th in the state, was admitted to PGI Chandigarh due to a heart hole complaint and it died within 26 hours. It was also the youngest death in the state.