6 more die, 1,148 cases in Haryana

6 more die, 1,148 cases in Haryana

Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, October 17

With 1,148 fresh Covid cases and six deaths, the overall tally of the state jumped to 1.49 lakh on Saturday.

Three deaths were reported from Karnal and one each from Panchkula, Bhiwani and Jind. Overall, there have been 1,640 deaths in the state and out of which 1,448 were comorbid. There have been 31 patients on ventilators while 164 are on oxygen support.

The maximum fresh cases were reported from Gurugram (271) followed by Faridabad (159), Rohtak (129), Hisar (118) and Sirsa (72).

In all 1,318 people have recovered in the last 24 hours. The recovery rate is 92.01 per cent.

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