19112022-CT-01.qxd 11/19/2022 1:13 AM Page 1 c m y b Chandigarh TRIBUNE SATURDAY | 19 NOVEMBER 2022 | CHANDIGARH LOWER EXPOSURE IN PAST 5 YRS ‘BEHIND’ CHIKUNGUNYA SURGE PGI docs say chikungunya cases more this year due to lower exposure of community to infection in past 5 years. INSIDE UT MUST ‘STRIVE’ TO BE MEDICAL TOURISM HUB ‘Vision document’ made in consultation with UNDP advocates need to position Chandigarh as medical tourism hub. c m y b INSIDE WOMEN CAN POOL RIDE WITH OTHER FEMALE PASSENGERS Aggregators may provide pooling to riders whose KYC is available and who shall travel along same route. INSIDE
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