Jalandhar sees 4 deaths, 152 cases

Jalandhar sees 4 deaths, 152 cases

Tribune News Service

Jalandhar, June 10

With 152 new Covid positive cases reported today, the district tally reached to 61,692. Of these, 25 cases are from other districts. Also, four persons succumbed to the deadly virus in the district on Thursday. With this, the toll in the district has increased to 1,430. As many as 58,857 people have recovered from Covid in the district so far, while the number of active cases in Jalandhar is 1,405.

3 die in Kapurthala

Kapurthala district today reported 48 Covid-positive cases. With this, the district tally has increased to 17,224. Three persons died of the deadly virus in the district today. The deceased include a 59-year-old woman from Sultanpur Lodhi, a 50-year-old man from Rattra village and an 85-year-old woman from Chogawan village. The toll in the district now stands at 503.

59 test +ve in Hoshiarpur

With 59 persons testing positive for Covid, the tally in the district increased to 29,676 on Thursday. Also, two deaths were reported today, with which the toll now stands at 937 in the district. Health authorities said the number of active cases was 808, while the number of patients who have recovered is 27,931.

Out of the total cases reported today, one was from Hoshiarpur district, while five patients were reported from other districts. Report of 3,583 samples is awaited as of now. The persons who succumbed to the disease on Thursday include a 65-year-old woman of Dashmesh Nagar, Hoshiarpur, who died at the Hoshiarpur Civil Hospital; and a 56-year-old woman of Kirti Nagar who died on the way to the Civil Hospital from her home.

Nawanshahr reports 19 cases

The health authorities of the district today reported 19 fresh cases in the district with the fatality of a 70-year-old woman from Saroya block. There are 194 active cases in the district, of which only 21 are hospitalised.

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