Six die, 573 new cases in HP
Shimla , Nov 7
After confirmation of 573 people positive for Novel Corona Virus in the hill state including 92 students and staff members of a school, number of cases mounted to highest in a single today on Saturday.
The state Government health bulletin said that 573 people tested postive in the state on Saturday including 187 inMandi district, 69 in Shimla 56 in Kangra, 51 in Kullu, 50 in Bilaspur, 46 in Chamba, 35 in Hamirur, 32 in Solan 17 in Lahaul Spiti , , 13 in Sirmaur nine in Una and eight in Kinnuar.
Four died and 430 new nCoV cases registered in the state on Friday in the state Government officer said.
Report arriving here said that the amount 187 tested positive in Mandi district include 92 students of TCV(Tibetan Children Village ) – school in Chauntra tested Positive for Covid-19 , Distt Mandi . Victims are students who are living in the hostel of TCV School belonged to Arunachal, Nepal and Ladakh. Out of total 92 positive include 67(Girls 47+20 Boys) students. 25 Staff Members. The students has come from different parts mainly Ladakh, Arunachal Pradesh, Maharashtra and Nepal.
With six deaths in state death toll increased to 365 state two each in Solan and Lahaul Spiti, ine each in Shimla and Una..
Now toll increased to 82 in Shimla, 74 in Kangra , 46 in Mandi, 42 in Solan, 33 in Kullu, 19 in Chamba18 Sirmaur, 16 in Hamirpur, 16 in Una, eight in Bilaspur, seven in Kinnaur & four in Lahaul Spiti.
Total tally went up to 24812 in the state and active cases increased to 4198 and recovered 20225 and 18 migrated to other states.
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