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No Covid-19 case found for ninth consecutive day in Gurugram

New Delhi, April (IANS) So far, a total of 32 people have been found coronavirus positive in Gurugram. However, the encouraging thing is that for the last 9 days there has been no new case here while during this time 17 people have fully recovered.

On Friday, the number of people infected with coronavirus in Haryana increased to 223. Nuh has the highest incidence of coronavirus in the state. Although the highest number of coronavirus cases were reported in Gurugram in the initial period, after April 7, no person infected with the virus has been found so far. On April 7, only two people were found infected with the virus in Gurugram.

While releasing the bulletin on coronavirus, the state government said that so far a total of 32 cases have been reported in Gurugram, out of which 15 are now active patients while 17 have recovered completely.

The highest number of coronavirus cases has been reported in Nuh region which has 56 patients while second is Faridabad. So far 2 people have died of coronavirus in Haryana. The number of corona positive persons has also increased rapidly in Palwal, adjacent to Faridabad. A total of 30 persons have been found to be positive in Palwal so far.

Haryana Health Minister Anil Vij said, “Areas that have been declared as Containment Zones in Haryana have been completely sealed and instructions have been given to provide essential items in these areas so that people there face no problem of any kind. Authorities have been instructed to sanitize daily in the Containment Zones and in the second phase in the entire state sanitization will be done.”

Apart from this, the Haryana government has decided that the Health Department teams will go to every house in the state and screen every person.




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