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Sunday, 26 July 2020

Tally crosses 30,000

Chandigarh, July 25

With seven deaths and 789 fresh cases, the Covid tally in the state crossed the 30,000 mark today. The number of deceased reached 389 with a fatality rate of 1.27 per cent.

Three deaths were reported from Faridabad and one each from Ambala, Rohtak, Sonepat and Jind.

A 57-year-old woman from Greenfields Colony, 50-year-old man from Adarsh Nagar and 64-year-old man from Khatriwada locality of Old Faridabad were among the casualties in Faridabad. A 56-year-old man of Mullana in Ambala also succumbed. A 79-year-old man from Kurukshetra, who was admitted to Panchkula’s Alchemist Hospital for heart disease and tested positive there, also died today. His death is yet to be included in the state health bulletin.

Among the fresh cases, 198 came from Faridabad and 98 Gurugram and 125 Rewari.

The cases also came from Palwal (56), Sonepat (50), Panipat (50), Hisar (48), Mahendragarh (34), Ambala (27), Panchkula (23), Jhajjar (18), Rohtak (15), Jind (11), Kurukshetra (8), Nuh (6), Bhiwani (4), Fatehabad (4), Yamunanagar (4), Sirsa (3) and Kaithal (1).

In Faridabad, cases came from Ballabgarh, Old Faridabad, Dabua Colony, Jawahar Colony, AC Nagar, NIT, Sanjay Colony, Kheri Kalan, Sectors 3, 15, 16, 19, 23 and 35, Ajji Colony, Tilpat village and Chawla Colony.

In Ambala, 16 from City, eight from Cantonment and one each from Mullana, Shahzadpur and Chaurmastpur tested positive.

In Karnal, three cops tested positive. Besides, two family members of a cop from Police Lines tested positive. Three cases were reported from Sector 9, one from Sector 6, two from Vazir Chand Colony, three from Ashok Nagar, five from Vakilpura and one each from Sugarcane Colony, Sitamai, New Preetam Nagar and Manmati. However, these are yet to be recorded. — TNS



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