Punjab sees report 106 COVID-19 deaths


Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, September 2

Punjab reported 106 new coronavirus deaths—by far probably the most deaths the state has reported thus far—the state’s COVID-19 bulletin confirmed on Wednesday.

The variety of deaths is nearly twice the every day fatalities it had been reporting currently, and has taken the state’s loss of life toll to 1,618.

The state has additionally added 1,481 new COVID-19 circumstances, taking the state’s tally to 56,989.

Eighteen of Punjab’s 22 districts reported deaths on Wednesday, with Ludhiana main the record at 18. Jalandhar (11), Amritsar (8), Bathinda (10), Faridkot (2), Fatehgarh Sahib (3), Fazilka (3), Ferozepur (5), Gurdaspur (8), Hoshiarpur (5), Kapurthala (5), SAS Nagar (9), Muktsar (1), SBS Nagar (1), Patiala (6), Ropar (7), Sangrur (2), and Tarn Taran (2) all reported deaths.

All of Punjab’s districts reported new circumstances, with Ludhiana nonetheless having the very best infections at 242. Jalandhar (171), Patiala (160), SAS Nagar (112) and Bathinda (163) all reported COVID-19 circumstances in triple digits.

Amritsar (99), Sangrur (44), Gurdaspur (25), Ferozepur (46), Moga (24), Hoshiarpur (18), Pathankot (24), Barnala (60), Fatehgarh Sahib (17), Kapurthala (25), Faridkot (56), Tarn Taran (27), Ropar (30), Fazilka (56),SBS Nagar (17), Muktsar (63), and Mansa (27) all reported new circumstances.

Punjab has been seeing a big rise in coronavirus circumstances since August—the state’s circumstances have risen over 250 per cent because the finish of July.  The state has additionally added 1,332 deaths over that period—a 345 per cent rise.

Punjab authorities expects the state’s COVID-19 circumstances to spike this month—its personal projections present that the state’s COVID-19 circumstances would breach 1.10 lakh by the top of the month, with about 3,000 deaths.  

Sixteen of Punjab’s 22 districts have over 1000 circumstances.

Three districts with the very best variety of cases—Ludhiana, Jalandhar and Patiala—account for 43 per of the state’s an infection complete.

Ludhiana alone accounts for practically 20 per cent of the state’s complete circumstances and 27 per cent of its deaths.

About 27 per cent of the state’s circumstances are nonetheless lively.



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