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1964 new cases of COVID19 reported in Punjab
1964 new cases of COVID19 reported in Punjab

Chandigarh: 67 more patients died on Tuesday due to COVID-19 in Punjab. The death toll in the state has gone up to 1990. In the meantime, 1964 new cases of COVID-19 have also been confirmed, while 2307 patients have been recovered in the last 24 hours.

The total figure of persons affected by COVID-19 in the state on Tuesday has reached 67,547. There are currently 16,230 patients admitted in various hospitals in the state, out of which 720 patients are in critical condition. Of these, 633 patients are on oxygen support while 87 are on ventilator support. According to the health department, 13 in Ludhiana on Tuesday, 11 in Amritsar, 8 in Patiala, 7 in Bathinda, 4-4 in Jalandhar and Moga, 3 in Faridkot, Sangrur and Gurdaspur each, 2 in Hoshiarpur, Muktsar and Kapurthala each, 1 infected died in Fazilka, Mohali, Ropar, Mansa and Barnala each.

The 1964 new COVID cases that have been confirmed, Among them 311 in Ludhiana, 265 at Jalandhar, 236 in Amritsar, 206 in Patiala, 168 in Bathinda, 127 at Mohali, 126 in Gurdaspur, 104 in Hoshiarpur, 83 in Faridkot, 39 in Tarantaran, 36 in Fazilka, 32 in Sangrur, 30 in Barnala, 28 in Moga, 25 in Nawintown and Mansa each, 24 in Kapurthala, 23 in Ferozepur and Muktsar each, 22 in Fatehgarh Sahib, 16 in Ropar, 15 new corona infected in Pathankot have been reported. Of all these, 521 cases are active cases, while there are 1414 new cases of COVID-19. The corona cases in the state are continuously increasing.

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