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Coronavirus: Haryana reports 21 new cases; state tally rises to 1,152

Faridabad reports 12 cases, Karnal 5, Sonepat 4

Coronavirus: Haryana reports 21 new cases; state tally rises to 1,152

Faridabad reported the 12 new cases of the deadly disease, taking the total in the district to 207

Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, May 24

Haryana on Tuesday reported 21 new cases of coronavirus, taking the state's case tally to 1152. 

Faridabad reported 12 new cases of the deadly disease, taking the total in the district to 207. The new cases include five women. Five of the new cases have been kept under home quarantine. 

Karnal reported five new cases of the contagion, taking the total in the district to 29. Four of those infected are contacts of a COVID patient and belong to Chaman Garden. The fifth case was reported from Rajiv Nagar.

Sonepat reported four new cases of coronavirus, taking the total in the district to 158. Three of them are from  Sevli village and one is from local Kot Mohalla. Sevli has been sealed by the administration.

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