Corona in Jharkhand on Thursday: 3 deaths, 395 new cases, 461 cured

Ranchi: Coronavirus has taken 3 more lives in Jharkhand on Thursday. With this, the total number of deaths caused by the virus in state has now reached 883.

According to official data, the state has tested a total of 32,33,520 samples till date. Out of these, 1,00,964 samples have tested positive for corona virus infection.

For now, the state has only 5,294 active cases of coronavirus infections. The state has also cured and discharged a total of 94,747 patients infected with the virus. However, 883 patients have succumbed to the virus too.

On Thursday, 395 new cases were detected in the state. Meanwhile, 461 patients were also cured and discharged from different hospitals and home quarantine in the state. 3 persons have died on Thursday too.

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East Singhbhum district remains the most affected district of Jharkhand as far as coronavirus infection is concerned.


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