Coronavirus cases in Punjab rise to 4397; death toll 105; recovered 3047

Coronavirus Punjab New Cases and Death Toll | Amritsar, Jalandhar, Sangrur

The total number of coronavirus cases in Punjab has increased to 4397 after 162 new cases of COVID-19 were reported in the last 24 hours, as of Tuesday evening. The death toll in the state has increased to 105 after 4 new deaths were reported from the state including 2 from Ludhiana, 1 each from Amritsar and Patiala.

According to the media bulletin issued by the Punjab Health Department, Amritsar reported 7 new cases of coronavirus while 38 new cases were reported from Jalandhar. Ludhiana reported 34 new cases each while Sangrur reported 18 new cases of coronavirus.

Patiala reported 12 new cases, Fatehgarh Sahib reported 10 new cases, Moga 9 and Bathinda 11. Ferozepur, Gurdaspur and Kapurthala reported 4 new cases each while Barnala and Mansa reported 3 new cases of COVID-19. Ropar reported 2 new cases while one new case was reported from Faridkot, Hoshiarpur and Tarn Taran each.

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A total of 222 patients were declared cured and discharged in the last 24 hours. Of 222, 151 were from Ludhiana, 22 from Mohali, 14 from Faridkot, 13 from Jalandhar, 8 from Bathinda, 3 each from Gurdaspur, Hoshiarpur and Patiala, 2 from Pathankot, and 1 from Moga.

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Currently, Amritsar is on the top of the tally with 792 cases of coronavirus followed by Ludhiana at 615, Jalandhar at 602, and Sangrur at 239. Patiala has reported 226 cases of coronavirus while Mohali has reported 219 cases of COVID-19. Tarn Taran tally has increased to 186 while Gurdaspur has 195 cases.

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Meanwhile, the Coronavirus tally of Pathankot has increased to 188 while the number of coronavirus cases in Tarn Taran has spiked to 186. The coronavirus tally in Hoshiarpur stands at 165, SBS Nagar at 125 while Faridkot has reported 99 cases.

-PTC News