Punjab: Death toll rises to 60 due to corona, 38 lost their lives in Haryana as well

Jun 09 2021 03:06 PM
Punjab: Death toll rises to 60 due to corona, 38 lost their lives in Haryana as well

In Punjab, 1273 new covids patients were found infected and 60 patients have lost their lives on Tuesday. It is a matter of relief that the number of covid patients is continuously declining. On the other hand, the threat of black fungus is yet to be averted. In the last 24 hours, the serious disease has claimed the life of another patient and 13 new cases have been heard. So far, 391 people have been affected by black fungus in the state, out of which 49 are said to be from other states. 53 people have lost their lives.

60 deaths from Corona in 24 hours: Amritsar 6, Barnala 1, Bathinda 5, Faridkot 1, Fazilka 2, Ferozepur 1, Gurdaspur 3, Hoshiarpur 2, Jalandhar 7, Kapurthala 1, Ludhiana 6, Mansa 1, Moga 3, Mohali 5, Muktsar 2, Pathankot 2, Patiala 5, Ropar 1, Sangrur 3, SBS Nagar 1 and Tarantaran 2 patients have lost their lives.

Haryana: 635 new positives found, 38 killed: Janha It has been revealed that new covid cases in Haryana have been reduced to 635, while the number of recoverers on Tuesday stood at 1090. Meanwhile, 38 patients have lost their lives in the state from Covid. More importantly, the figure of new cases in any district of the state is not more than 75.

The number of recoverers is higher than the new ones. At present, the one day transition rate is 1.60. The recovery rate has steadily increased to 97.86 per cent. At present, there are 7531 active cases left in Haryana. On Tuesday, 5 patients lost their lives in Hisar, 4 each in Gurugram and Rewari, 3 each in Sonepat, Yamunanagar, Sirsa and Bhiwani, 2 each in Panipat, Kurukshetra, Fatehabad and Noonh, 1 each in Ambala, Mahendragarh, Palwal, Kaithal and Jind.

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