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Uttarakhand reports 498 more coronavirus cases; tally to 65,036

Uttarakhand's Covid-19 tally rose to 65,036 with 498 more persons testing positive, a state health department bulletin said

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Uttarakhand | Coronavirus | Trivendra Singh Rawat

Press Trust of India  |  Dehradun 

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A health worker in personal protective equipment collects a nasal sample for coronavirus test

Uttarakhand's COVID-19 tally rose to 65,036 on Saturday with 498 more persons testing positive, a state health department bulletin said.

Eight more infected patients died in the state, taking the total toll to 1,063, it said.

Dehradun district reported the highest number of 148 cases,Chamoli (62), Pauri (51), Nainital (46), Pithoragarh(36), Haridwar (36), Tehri (32), Almora (21), Udham Singh Nagar (19), Bagesgwar(15), Rudraprayag (13), Champawat (10) and Uttarkashi (9), the bulletin said.

It said that 59,564 infected people have recuperated, 519 have migrated out of the state and 3,890 are under treatment.

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First Published: Sat, November 07 2020. 20:09 IST
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