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Goa's Covid-19 tally crosses 40,000-mark; active cases now at 3,950

The coronavirus tally in Goa crossed the 40,000-mark with the addition of 321 cases on Friday, a health department official said

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Press Trust of India  |  Panaji 

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The tally in Goa

crossed the 40,000-mark with the addition of 321 cases on Friday, a health department official said.

The case count now stands at 40,091, he said.

The death toll due to the virus grew to 531 after six patients succumbed to the infection during the day, the official said.

A total of 449 patients were discharged on Friday, which took the recovery count in the coastal state to 35,610, he added.

There are 3,950 active cases in the state at present.

Goa's figures are as follows: Positive cases 40,091, new cases 321, death toll 531, discharged 35,610, active cases 3,950, samples tested so far 2,79,295.

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First Published: Fri, October 16 2020. 20:21 IST
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