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himachal: Haryana reports 17 new Covid cases, Punjab 46 & Himachal Pradesh 78 | Chandigarh News



CHANDIGARH/SHIMLA: Haryana on Saturday reported 17 new Covid-19 cases. While 19 persons were declared recovered, eight districts retained the Covid-free tag during the day. No death was reported on the day, while cumulative coverage of first dose of vaccination reached 91%. One person infected with the coronavirus died, while 46 more individuals were tested positive in Punjab on Saturday. While Himachal Pradesh reported 78 Covid-19 positive cases on Saturday, while 75 persons were declared recovered. The state has so far detected 2,27,483 positive cases, of which 800 are active, 2,22,831 have recovered, while 3,835 patients have died.
In Punjab, Ferozepur saw 12 test positive, nine in Jalandhar, seven in Hoshiarpur, six in Pathankot, three each in Bathinda, Patiala, Mohali, and one each in Faridkot, Ludhiana and Muktsar. As for Haryana, Gurgaon reported highest nine cases, followed by two cases each from Karnal and Panchkula, and one case each from Kurukshetra, Sirsa, Panipat and Faridabad. Bhiwani, Mahendergarh, Jind, Rewari, Jhajjar, Fatehabad, Palwal and Nuh have no active cases. Cases in Himachal include 25 from Kangra district, 17 from Shimla, 10 from Una, seven from Hamirpur, six from Solan, five from Mandi, three each from Bilaspur and Chamba, and one each from Kinnaur and Kullu.

On vaccination front, 1,40,913 persons got the vaccine jabs during the day. First dose was given to 34,524 persons, while second dose was given to 1,06,389 persons. Total doses administrated in state is at 2,92,20,041. In Punjab, 1,09,897 persons were jabbed, of which 28,436 recipients received their first dose.

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