Jalandhar District reports 253 cases, 7 casualties

Jalandhar District reports 253 cases, 7 casualties

Tribune News Service

Jalandhar, September 13

With 253 new cases, the district tally rose to 9,630 cases on Sunday. With seven more deaths, the death toll also reached 255 in Jalandhar. Meanwhile, in Kapurthala 53 positive cases and four deaths were reported on Tuesday.

Six deaths, 73 new infections in Hoshiarpur

Hoshiarpur: Reports of 1,541 samples were received in the district on Sunday, out of which 73 new positive cases were found, taking the total number of positive patients in the district to 2,819. With deaths of six Covid-19 patients today, the toll has reached 88.

Civil Surgeon Dr Jasvir Singh said new samples of 866 people with suspected flu like symptoms were taken today, taking the total number of samples to 76,410. According to the reports received from the lab, 72,807 samples are negative, while the report of 1,075 samples is awaited and 109 samples are invalid.

Dr Singh said the number of active cases in the district is 876, while 1,855 patients have recovered. He said there were 73 positive cases in the district today, out of which eight are from Hoshiarpur city and 65 from various blocks in the rest of the district.

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