Bhopal In Madhya Pradesh, 2,483 new cases of infection with coronavirus were reported on Monday. With this, the total number of people infected with this virus has reached 90,730 in the state so far. The state has confirmed 29 more deaths from the disease in the last 24 hours, taking the death toll to 1,791.
“During the last 24 hours, due to infection of coronavirus in the state, five-five in Indore and Bhopal, four in Neemuch, three each in Gwalior, Jabalpur, two in Sagar, Khargone, Morena,” said a Madhya Pradesh health officer. Deaths of one patient were confirmed in Betul, Rewa, Jhabua, Dewas and Tikamgarh. ”
He said, “Indore has the highest number of deaths by coronavirus in 463 so far, while 329 in Bhopal, 84 in Ujjain, 74 in Sagar, 113 in Jabalpur, 86 in Gwalior, 25 in Burhanpur, 26 in Khandwa, Ratlam. 30 & 34 people have died in Khargone. The remaining deaths occurred in other districts. ”
The official said that in the state on Monday, the maximum number of 379 new cases of split-19 have come in Indore district, while 244 in Bhopal, 185 in Gwalior, 227 in Jabalpur, 136 in Narsinghpur, 89 in Khargone, 71 in Shahdol. In the harvest. 64, 61 new cases have been reported in Shivpuri, 59 in Betul, 56 in Sagar, 49 in Ujjain, 48 in Chhatarpur, 44-44 in Dhar and Jhabua, and 41 in Rewa.
He said that out of a total of 90,730 undertakings in the state, 67,711 patients have gone home healthy and 21,228 patients are being treated in various hospitals. He said that on Wednesday, 1,713 patients were discharged from hospital after recovering. The official said that at present there are a total of 7,020 prohibited areas in the state.
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