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Diwali 2020 Good news: Corona in Rajasthan has lost more than two lakh times, know the latest data


  • The number of corona infected is increasing due to the effect of mild cold in the state
  • There is a continuous increase in recovery in the state
  • With the recovery, the number of corona infected is also increasing in the state
  • Number of corona infected has now crossed two lakhs in Rajasthan

In the state where the figure of corona infects has crossed two lakh. At the same time, the good thing is that now 2,01,770 out of the current figures of 2,21,471 have been corrected. At the same time, the recovery rate has reached 91.10 percent. But it is a matter of concern that along with mild cold weather, the number of infected people has also started increasing now. So one needs to be careful. According to the data on Friday, a total of 2144 new corona cases have been confirmed in the state.

This is the data of districts
The latest data on Friday is breaking the record in Jaipur. In Jaipur, the figure of 300 has started to cross 400. On Friday, 460 Corona positive cases have also been confirmed in Jaipur. Similarly, 328 coronas were found infected in Jodhpur. Apart from this, 90 in Ajmer, 114 in Alwar, 10 in Banswara, 0 in Baran, 30 in Barmer, 54 in Bharatpur, 47 in Bhilwara, 206 in Bikaner, 20 in Bundi, 20 in Chittorgarh, 37 in Churu, 7 in Dausa, 4 have been found infected in Dhaulpur, 25 in Dungarpur, 122 in Ganganagar, 21 in Hanumangarh, 16 in Jaisalmer, 27 in Jalore, 17 in Jhalawar, 62 in Jhunjhunu, and 9 in Karauli.

Now the figure has started increasing
Let us tell you that since 25 September, the number of corona infected continuously exceeded 2000. At the same time, its graph was seen going down gradually for the last two weeks. But now, with the mild cold again, the number of corona infections is increasing. So one needs to be careful. There are currently 17657 active cases in the state. Similarly, the death toll has increased to 2044 with figures of 12 deaths.


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