Bhopal sees highest positive cases in MP for 4th day in a row



  • 12 new cases in MP in last 24 hours

Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal
Cases of corona infection are continuously coming up in Madhya Pradesh. As many as 12 positives have been found in the state in 24 hours. Bhopal has the highest number of cases for the fourth consecutive day in the state. Seven infected have been found in Bhopal, 4 in Indore and 1 in Hoshangabad. 8 patients have recovered. 200 cases have come in 13 days. At present there are 128 active cases in the state.
A 21-year-old college student, a resident of Kolar, is also included among the 7 positives of Bhopal. Apart from this, a 51-year-old woman from Kolar has also come positive. Both have been admitted to Chirayu Hospital. At the same time, a 25-year-old youth and a 28-year-old woman resident of Govindpura have been found infected. Besides, three cases are from Saket Nagar. All have been admitted to the hospital. All the 7 patients found in Bhopal have received both the doses of the vaccine. The travel history of most of these patients is being told.
200 cases came in 13 days: 200 cases have come across the state in 13 days. There have been an average of 15 cases daily. In Bhopal, 87 cases i.e. an average of 7 patients are being found every day. 72 cases have been found in Indore. 12 cases are included in Raisen, 8 in Jabalpur and 1 each in Hoshangabad, Ashoknagar, Narsinghpur and Betul.

Recovery rate is more than 98%: So far 7 lakh 93 thousand 190 people have been infected in the state. Of these, 7 lakh 82 thousand 534 have been cured. 10 thousand 528 people have lost their lives due to Corona. At present there are 128 active cases in the state. The recovery rate is more than 98%.

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