Chandigarh, Jun 1 : Confirmed coronavirus cases continue to rise in Haryana with 111 fresh cases, taking the tally to 2188 in the state on Monday. According to an official health bulletin, 48 fresh cases have been reported from Gurugram, 14 from Rohtak, 13 each from Sonipat and Hisar, eleven from Palwal, six from Faridabad and two new cases each from Fatehabad, Nuh and Jind districts today. Of the 20 fatalities till now, eight deaths have been reported from Faridabad district, three each from Gurugram and Panipat, two from Ambala, while one death each was reported from Jind, Sonepat, Karnal and Rohtak districts.
Gurugram has reported the highest number of infections in the state with 822 confirmed cases, followed by Faridabad 373, Sonepat 212, Jhajjar 97, Nuh 72, Palwal 70, Panipat 62, Ambala 54, Hisar 53, Karnal 52, Rohtak 45, Narnaul 41, Bhiwani 33, Kurukshetra 31, Jind 29, Panchkula 26, Rewari 23, Kaithal 18, Fatehabad 17, Sirsa 15, Charkhi Dadri 13, Yamunanagar nine and 21 USreturnee Haryana citizens. Of 1,19,956 samples, 2188 have tested positive and 1,13,039 have tested negative, while results of 4,715 samples are awaited. There are 1131 active cases in the state.
A total of 1,037 patients, including 284 from Gurugram, 168 from Faridabad, 148 from Sonepat, 92 from Jhajjar, 65 from Nuh, 44 from Palwal, 40 from Ambala, 37 from Panipat, 25 from Panchkula, 20 from Karnal, 19 from Narnaul, 24 from Jind, 13 from Kurukshetra, eleven from Rohtak, nine from Sirsa, eight from Yamunanagar, seven from Fatehabad, six from Bhiwani, five each from Kaithal and Hisar, four from Rewari, one from Charkhi Dadri district and two US returnee Haryana citizens have been discharged from hospitals till now. As many as 67,962 patients have been put on surveillance till date, of which 42,345 have completed their surveillance period and presently, only 25,617 patients are under surveillance. The total 2,188 positive cases exclude 14 Italian nationals. Thirteen of them had been discharged after their initial test was negative and one later tested negative for COVID-19. However, he died due to some other reason, the bulletin added. (UNI)