Coronavirus Case in Rajasthan: Corona crisis deepens in Rajasthan, 3 more patients died, 397 new cases

Coronavirus Case Update: Three more patients infected with Coronavirus died in Rajasthan, while 397 new cases of infection have been reported. The maximum number of cases have been registered in Jaipur. According to the Medical and Health Department, one patient each died in Churu, Hanumangarh and Jaipur due to this deadly infection on Friday. 

Medical and Health Department informed that 21 people have died due to corona virus infection since January this year. According to the department, 85 in the capital Jaipur, 44 in Jodhpur, 44 in Jhalawar Corona virus has been confirmed in 42 patients in Bikaner, 32 in Bikaner, 31 in Udaipur, 30 in Sikar and 29 in Ajmer. Currently 1,764 patients of Kovid are being treated in the state. It is going on. 104 patients have become free from this infection. In the last 10 days, more than 31 thousand people were examined in Rajasthan, in which Kovid-19 has been confirmed in 1649, while 11 people have died in the same period. corona virus is 5.20 percent.  

Governor Kalraj Mishra is also corona positive
The condition of corona in Rajasthan is such that infection is increasing even among high profile people. After CM Ashok Gehlot and former CM Vasundhara Raje, now Governor Kalraj Mishra has also been found to be Corona positive. Governor Kalraj Mishra himself has confirmed this on Twitter. He had attended the convocation ceremony in Jaipur before the transition to the Governor was confirmed. After this, advice has been given by the Raj Bhavan to conduct tests for all those people who came in contact with him. Let us tell you that the data is being released regularly by the Union Health Ministry. According to the latest data, at present the rate of corona infection in the country is 5.01 percent while 11,109 cases were reported on Friday. The total number of infected has increased to 49,622.

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