3 more contract virus in Amritsar dist

3 more contract virus in Amritsar dist

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Tribune News Service

Amritsar, August 2

With three more positive cases reported on Monday, the total count has increased to 47,071 in the district. The cases include two influenza-like illness cases and one contact of a positive patient. The district reported no death due to the disease.

With the recovery of four patients, the recovery count has also improved to 45,456. At present, the district has a total of 30 active cases.

In the ongoing vaccination drive, 5,438 were inoculated in the district on Monday. Of these, 3,543 received the first dose while 1,895 received the dose of the vaccine.

2 more test positive in Tarn Taran

The district on Monday reported two more cases of Covid-19. Meanwhile, no death due to the contagion was reported on Monday.

As many as 6,356 jabs were given to residents on Monday with which the total number of vaccinated people had touched 2,80,945 in the district.

DC Kulwant Singh said the Health Department teams collected 861 samples to be tested. The administration was yet to receive the report of 514 samples. The number of active cases has been reduced to eight and six of these had been isolated to their respective homes.

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