With 102 new cases, coronavirus tally reaches 10,858 in Gurugram
Gurugram: With 102 more people testing positive of Covid-19 on Saturday, Gurugram’s cumulative tally rose to 10,858, while the death toll counted to 131, according to the district health department.
The overall recoveries have jumped to 9,908 after 94 more patients were treated and discharged in the last 24 hours. The recovery rate slightly improved to 91.25 per cent from 91.24 per cent on Friday. It was 91.66 per cent on Thursday, 91.60 per cent on Wednesday, 91.46 per cent on Tuesday, and 91.79 per cent on Monday, according to the statistics.
According to the health bulletin, there were 819 active cases across the district, of which, 17 are hospitalised at dedicated Covid hospitals. 89 are under observation at dedicated Covid healthcare centres whereas 6 are under observation at district Covid care centre. 707 patients are in home isolation.
Meanwhile, Haryana recorded 1,161 new cases, pushing the state’s tally of positive cases to 53,290. This was the second single-day highest figure as 1,203 cases were reported on August 21. There has been a huge spike in the number of positive cases for the last six days.
The state’s death toll counted to 597 as 12 more persons succumbed to the deadly disease in the last 24 hours, the state health bulletin said.
As many as 600 patients have been recovered in the last 24 hours, taking the tally of recovered patients to 44,013 in the state. The state’s recovery rate slightly dipped to 82.59 per cent from 83.28 per cent on Friday. It was 84.03 per cent on Thursday, 84.23 per cent on Wednesday, 84.39 per cent on Tuesday and 84.53 per cent on Monday, the data showed.
At the moment, the number of active cases stood at 8,680. The number of positive patients in critical care counted to 217, among these, 189 patients are on oxygen support, while 28 on ventilators.
The state’s Covid-19 positivity rate counted to 5.68 per cent while the fatality rate stood at 1.12 per cent. The state’s doubling rate of coronavirus cases is every 33 days.