Jalandhar district reports 4 new +ve cases

Jalandhar district reports 4 new +ve cases

Jalandhar, October 9

Four new Covid cases were reported in the district on Saturday taking the tally to 63,338 cases. In Jalandhar, with no new Covid death, the toll remains at 1,495. As many as 61,819 people have recovered from Covid in the district, while the number of active cases is 28. Of the 16,88,649 samples collected in the district so far, 15,55,189 samples have tested negative. The results of as many as 1,109 tests are still awaited. There are 14 people in home isolation in the district at present.

1 case, no death in K’thala

One Covid case was reported in Kapurthala on Saturday taking the tally to 17,838. No death was reported.

2 test +ve in Hoshiarpur

The district reported one new case of Covid-19, taking the tally to 30,788 cases. However, no death due to the infection was recorded. The death toll stood at 982. There are 12 active cases in the district while 29,794 patients have recovered. — TNS/ OC

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