20 new cases reported in Hoshiarpur

20 new cases reported in Hoshiarpur

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Our Correspondent

Hoshiarpur, January 10

The health authorities reported 20 new positive cases in Hoshiarpur district on Sunday. As a result, the total number of positive cases reached 7,873.

The authorities reported zero death in the district on Sunday and the toll stood at 320. Civil Surgeon Dr Ranjit Singh said 590 samples of people with flu-like symptoms were taken on Sunday.

The total number of samples taken till date in the district reached 2,54,376.

According to information, 2,45,590 samples turned out to be negative, while the reports of 2,569 samples were awaited and 184 samples turned out invalid.

At present, the district has 106 active cases and 7,447 persons recovered to date.

The Civil Surgeon said of 20 new patients, eight cases were related to Hoshiarpur city and the remaining were from other health blocks of the district.

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