Covid-19: 413 more test positive in Uttarakhand

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October 31, 2020 8:29 PM

Of the fresh cases, Dehradun reported a maximum of 96, followed by Rudraprayag (65), Pauri (52), Tehri (45), Haridwar (33), Nainital (32), Chamoli (29), Uttarkashi (20), Udham Singh Nagar (17), Bageshwar (11), Almora (9), Pitgoragarh (3) and Champawat (1).

Pandemics like Covid-19 highlight the importance of both, science and public policy, rising above the mire of dogma, prejudice and sectarian interests that entrap political decision making in many spheres.Twelve more novel coronavirus patients died at different hospitals in the state, bringing the toll to 1,023

Uttarakhand’s COVID-19 tally rose to 62,328 on Saturday with the detection of 413 new cases, while 12 more patients succumbed to the infection, pushing the death toll to 1,023, according to a health department bulletin. Of the fresh cases, Dehradun reported a maximum of 96, followed by Rudraprayag (65), Pauri (52), Tehri (45), Haridwar (33), Nainital (32), Chamoli (29), Uttarkashi (20), Udham Singh Nagar (17), Bageshwar (11), Almora (9), Pitgoragarh (3) and Champawat (1), the bulletin said.

Twelve more novel coronavirus patients died at different hospitals in the state, bringing the toll to 1,023, according to the state health department bulletin. It said Uttarakhand now has a COVID-19 recovery count of 56,923, while 499 patients have migrated out of the state and 3,883 are under treatment.

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