CHANDIGARH: In what appears to be an indication of tough days ahead, Haryana on Friday saw the biggest spike of 1,203 new patients and seven deaths, taking the Covid-19 count of the state to 52,129 and the death toll to 585.
Besides Panipat, which is topping the table for the past three days and NCR districts of Gurugram and Faridabad, it was Rewari which reported 100 plus new patients. As many as 620 persons have recovered which took the overall (recovery) number to 43,413 with the recovery rate of 83.28 per cent.
There are a total 8,131 active patients who include 203 critical ones who are on oxygen support as well as ventilator support at the Covid centres across the state.
According to information, Panipat had 132 new patients and one death. This took the district total to 2,618 patients and 37 deaths. Panipat was followed by 127 new patients in Faridabad and one death. Here the total has gone up to 11,530 with 160 deaths. There are only 701 active patients in the district. While Rewari reported 118 patients where the total has gone to 2,853,Gurugram reported 120 patients where the total has gone to 10,771 which include 810 active patients. With 98 new patients, Ambala district continues to be another hotspot. Here the total has gone up to 2,961.
Karnala reported 73 new patients with one death. Here, the total has gone up to 1,946 with 22 deaths. Rohtak saw 65 new patients where the total has gone up to 2,437. Kurukshetra had 63 new patients and two deaths. Here the total has gone up to 1,167 with 21 deaths.
Fifty-eight new patients each were reported from Yamunanagar and Mahendergarh districts followed by 56 un Hisar. Sirsa had 48 new patients followed by 46 in Sonipat district and 43 in Panchkula.
Bhiwani reported 24 new patients and one death where the total has gone up to 1,078 patients and nine deaths. Fatehabad reported 21 patients followed by nine patients and one death in the Palwa district. Here the total has gone up to 1,364 with 11 deaths.
Kaithal reported 14 patients followed by 12 in Jhajjar and nine in nuh six in Jind.
With a testing rate reaching 36,551 tests per million per day, a total 956,568 persons have been examined so far, while 91,297 have completed the quarantine period.



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