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COVID19: 12 police personnel in Nagpur turned out to be corona positive

Nagpur City Police has said in a statement that after returning from training from another city, 12 policemen have been found infected in the test of Karona virus.

Nagpur, police personnel, COVID-19 : In Nagpur city of Maharashtra, 12 police personnel (12 police personnel) have turned out to be Corona positive (positive for COVID19). Nagpur City Police has given this information today on Sunday. According to the Nagpur City Police, these jawans had gone on a 10-day training program in Pune.Also Read – IPL 2021: 5th Test cancelled, Delhi Capitals players arriving in Dubai from England

Let us inform that on Saturday, 3,075 new cases of Kovid-19 were reported in Maharashtra and 35 patients died. A health official gave this information. With this, the total number of infected in the state increased to 64,94,254 while the number of dead increased to 1,38,096. A day before this, 4,154 new cases of infection were reported in the state and 44 patients died. 49,796 patients are undergoing treatment in the state. 361 new cases of infection were reported in Mumbai and four patients died. At the same time, 144 cases were reported in Pune city, but no patient died. Also Read – Maharashtra: 14-year-old girl raped at Ulhasnagar railway station, accused arrested

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28,591 new cases, 338 deaths, decrease in active patients in the country today

In the last 24 hours, 28,591 new cases of corona virus were reported in India, 34,848 recovered and 338 people died due to corona. While the number of active patients has come down to 3,84,921. Today there has been a decrease in about 6,600 active patients. There have been 28,591 new KAs registered in India in the last 24 hours, while 34,848 patients have recovered, which has reduced the number of active patients by more than 6000. Out of the total cases of COVID19 28,591 and 338 deaths, Kerala includes 20,487 new cases and 181 deaths.

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