487 new corona infection cases reported again in Patna

Jun 14 2021 03:50 PM
487 new corona infection cases reported again in Patna

The impact of covid infection in the State is declining. While the number of new infections has come down drastically, there has now been a decline in the number of deaths due to infection. The ministry confirmed the death of 8 people on Sunday. Since Sunday morning, 487 new infected people were found to be infected from Patna district. More than 1.10 lakh tests were conducted between saturday and Sunday. The covid infection rate in the state has now gone up to 0.44 percent and the recovery rate is about 98 percent.

868 punished corona: Health Ministry informed that 868 people who were infected with covid in the last 24 hours recovered. The healthy rate in the state has gone up to 97.94 per cent.

Death toll also came down: More than 15 people have lost their lives daily in the state till Saturday due to infection. Now, it has come down. The department confirmed 8 deaths on Sunday.

It has been found that there are 19 districts where less than 10 positives have been found. Two infected persons have been found from Arwal, four from Bhagalpur, three from Bhojpur, one from Buxar, two from Jamui, four from Jehanabad, five from Kaimur, five from Khagaria, kishanganj eight, five from Madhubani, three from Munger, five from Nawada, eight from Rohtas, nine from Saharsa, nine from Samastipur, eight from Sheikhpura, one from Shivhar, eight from Sitamarhi and six from Champaran.

Less than 50 active in eight districts: According to the Health Ministry report, there are 9 out of 38 districts where active cases have been reduced to less than 50. Banka has the lowest number of 13 active cases. Apart from Banka, there are 18 active cases in Jehanabad, 24 in Kaimur, 36 in Shivhar, 42 in Buxar, 42 in Muzaffarpur, 44 in Navda and 45 in Bhojpur.

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