Haryana’s Covid-19 count reaches 2091; doubling rate now 9 days | Gurgaon News

CHANDIGARH: NCR districts continued to disturb the Haryana’s statistics with doubling rate of the state coming down to nine days as 168 fresh Covid-19 cases took Haryana‘s tally to 2,091 cases.
The state has seen 20 deaths so far. There are total 1,023 active cases in the state.
Haryana saw first Covid-19 patient on March 17. On 21st May, the state had crossed the 1,000 mark. And now on May 31, the state has crossed the 2,000 mark. Haryana’s health minister Anil Vij said that the state government is taking adequate measures to bring the situation under control as well as the medication and treatment of Covid-19 patients.
According to information, Gurugram had the maximum 97 cases taking the district’s total to 774, which includes 487 active cases. Gurugram is followed by 28 cases from Faridabad where district total has gone up to 367.
Bhiwani district has emerged as the new hotspot in the state where 20 cases, which includes family members and staff of Bhiwani city MLA.
Hisar had nine positive cases, followed by four each from Kurkshetra and Ambala. Two persons each tested positive in Karnal and Narnaul, while one person each tested positive in Palwal and Panipat.
Inquiries revealed that 77 persons have been discharged from hospitals after treatment, which has taken the total to 1,048 and maintained the recovery rate at 50.12 %.
The bulletin stated that 11,8138 tests have been conducted so far and the testing rate in state has further gone up to 4,660. Of the total tests conducted, 11,1709 are found to be negative.
Till Sunday, total 41,992 persons have completed the quarantine period and there were total 25,158 patients under active surveillance or under quarantine.

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