5 succumb to virus in Jalandhar

5 succumb to virus in Jalandhar

Tribune News Service

Jalandhar, October 14

As many as 37 positive cases were reported in the district on Wednesday taking the tally to 14,178. With five more deceased, the district toll rose to 446. As many as 12,969 people have been discharged so far, while 763 are still active and 669 people are under home isolation in Jalandhar.

Jalandhar round-up 

  • Samples collected: 2,28,656
  • Positive: 14,178
  • Active:  763

  • Discharged: 12,969

  • Deceased: 446

Meanwhile in Kapurthala, 39 people tested positive for Covid. No death was reported.

1 dies, 46 +ve in Hoshiarpur

The district received the reports of 1,873 samples on Wednesday, of which 46 people, including seven from the city, tested positive. The total number of positive patients in the district has increased to 5,193. With the death of one more patient, the district toll from the virus has increased to 190.

Civil Surgeon Dr Jasvir Singh said the total number of samples taken till date has increased to 1,29,389 with 1,722 new samples taken today of people with suspected flu like symptoms.

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