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100 More Cases of Corona in MP in Last 24 Hours

The period of increasing number of corona virus infected patients is continuing in Madhya Pradesh. The number of patients in the state has increased to 100 during the last 24 hours. The death toll has risen to 83.

According to a bulletin of the state health department, the number of corona patients in the state has increased from 1587 to 1687, while the death toll has increased to 83. The number of patients in Indore has increased to 950. At the same time, 323 in Bhopal, 30 in Jabalpur, four in Gwalior, 76 in Ujjain, 16 in Morena, 51 in Khargone, 24 in Barwani, four in Chhindwara, 13 in Vidisha, 26 in Hoshangabad, 35 in Khandwa, 21 in Dewas, 12 in Ratlam, 36 in Dhar, 26 in Raisen, five in Shajapur, eight in Mandsaur and 11 in Agar Malwa, six in Shajapur, five in Sagar, four each in Sheopur and Chhindwara, three in Alirajpur, Shivpuri and samples of two patients in Tikamgarh, one each in Betul, Rajgarh and three patients from other states have been found positive.

According to the health bulletin, the death toll has risen to 83. So far, there have been 53 deaths in Indore, seven in Bhopal and seven in Ujjain. At the same time, 203 patients have become healthy. The maximum of these are 82 from Indore. At the same time, 73 patients have recovered in Bhopal.

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