Transport will be given more exemption in Haryana, Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar’s statement

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Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar- India TV
 Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar told India TV that we had started transport before the lockdown opened. He said that buses were allowed within the state keeping in view the social disturbances and will be extended further. Apart from this, a 45-year-old man died in Faridabad in Haryana on Sunday morning due to Covid-19, as well as the number of people who lost their lives due to corona virus infection to 14 in the state. At the same time, the total number of covid-19 patients has reached 910 with 23 new cases coming up in the state.

Officials said on Sunday that far more than six deaths have occurred due to corona virus infection in Faridabad, adjacent to Delhi. Three people died in Panipat, two each in Ambala and Sonepat, one each in Rohtak and Karnal from covid-19. He said that 23 new cases of infection with the corona virus were confirmed on Sunday, out of which the maximum 11 cases were reported in Gurugram. Officials said that for the last few days, a series of new cases are going on in Gurugram.

On Saturday, 14 new cases were reported in Gurugram, adjacent to Delhi, while on Friday, nine people were found infected with corona. According to the bulletin issued by the state health department, 204 cases have been reported in Gurugram till now, out of which 100 patients are undergoing treatment. According to the bulletin, in addition to Gurugram, four patients have been found in Rohtak, three in Faridabad, two in Panipat and one each in Sirsa and Mahendragarh infected with the corona virus. According to the Health Department, 334 patients are under treatment in the state while 562 people have become infection free.

According to the bulletin, 78,029 people have been sent samples for testing in Haryana, out of which 72,494 samples have not confirmed infection in the test report and 4,625 samples are awaiting test report. According to the Health Department, 3,078 investigations are being conducted per one lakh population in Haryana. The recovery rate in Haryana is 61.75 percent.

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