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Madhya Pradesh reports 31 fresh Covid cases, no fatalities in last 24 hours

The death toll remained unchanged at 10,735, a health official said, adding that the state's positivity rate stood at 0.3 per cent

Madhya Pradesh | Coronavirus | Omicron

Press Trust of India  |  Bhopal 

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The COVID-19 tally in rose to 10,41,491 on Sunday with 31 fresh cases, while no death linked to the infection occurred in the last 24 hours, a health official said.

The death toll remained unchanged at 10,735, he said, adding that the state's positivity rate stood at 0.3 per cent.

The recovery count increased by 10 to touch 10,30,585, leaving the state with 171 active cases, the official said.

On Saturday, the state had reported 46 infection cases and zero death.

With 7,995 samples examined during the day, the number of tests in the state went up to 2,90,91,777, he added.

A government release said that 11,77,86,415 anti- vaccine doses have been administered so far in the state, including 3,171 on Sunday.

The figures in are as follows: Total cases 10,41,491, new cases 31, death toll 10,735, recoveries 10,30,585, active cases 171, number of tests so far 2,90,91,777.

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First Published: Sun, May 01 2022. 20:49 IST