Covid-19: 2 catch infection, no death in Jalandhar district

Covid-19: 2 catch infection, no death in Jalandhar district

The health authorities reported two new Covid-19 cases in the district on Monday. With this, the tally increased to 63,100. - File photo

Tribune News Service

Jalandhar, August 2

The health authorities reported two new Covid-19 cases in the district on Monday. With this, the tally increased to 63,100.

The authorities reported no Covid-related death in the district today. The toll stands at 1,490.

As many as 61,571 patients recovered from the virus in the district while number of active cases stand at 39.

5 cases reported in Kapurthala

With five cases reported in Kapurthala, the count has increased to 17,757. The authorities reported no Covid death in the district today.

4 test +ve in Hoshiarpur

The district health authorities on Monday reported four new Covid-19 cases, taking the tally to 30,646.

The authorities reported no Covid-related death today, with this the toll stands at 975 in the district.

As many as 29,659 persons have recovered from the virus in the district. At present, Hoshiarpur district has 12 active cases.

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