COVID-19: Haryana records 14 fresh cases, tally rises to 793

COVID-19: Haryana records 14 fresh cases, tally rises to 793

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Chandigarh, May 14 : Haryana reported 14 fresh cases of Novel Coronavirus on Thursday, taking the tally of confirmed cases to 793. According to the official Health bulletin, 12 fresh cases were reported from Faridabad district and one case each from Mahendragarh and Rewari districts. Of the 11 fatalities till now, four deaths have been reported from Faridabad district, three from Panipat, two from Ambala district, while one death each was reported from Karnal and Rohtak districts.

Gurugram topped the tally in the state with 166 confirmed cases, followed by Faridabad 131, Sonepat 120, Jhajjar 84, Nuh 60, Ambala 42, Palwal 37, Panipat 36, Panchkula 23, Jind 18, Karnal 15, Yamunanagar eight, Fatehabad and Sirsa seven each, Mahendergarh, Rewari,Bhiwani and Rohtak six each, Hisar and Charkhi Dadri four each, Kaithal and Kurukshetra districts recorded three cases each. Out of 67,038 samples, 793 have tested positive and 61,417 negative, while reports of 4,814 were awaited. There were 378 active cases in the state. Total 404 patients, including 62 from Gurugram, 58 from Faridabad, 57 from Nuh, 54 from Sonepat, 38 from Ambala, 34 from Palwal, 24 from Jhajjar, 22 from Panipat, 18 from Panchkula, 10 from Jind, five from Karnal, four each from Sirsa and Yamunanagar, three each from Bhiwani and Hisar, two each from Rohtak, Kurukshetra and Kaithal and one patient each from Fatehabad and Charkhi Dadri districts have been discharged from hospitals, so far. As many as 39,319 patients have been put on surveillance till date, out of which 24,798 have completed their surveillance period and currently, only 14,521 patients are under surveillance.

Meanwhile, apart from 793 positive cases, 14 Italian nationals in the state had tested positive. Thirteen of them had been discharged after their initial test came out negative and one later tested negative for COVID-19. However, he died due to some other reason, the bulletin added. (UNI)