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The death toll rose to 3,222 on Sunday after 67 patients died due to coronavirus infection during the 24-hour period in Bihar. According to the Health Department, out of 67 patients who died due to corona virus infection in Bihar in the last 24 hours, 116 died in Patna, six in Madhubani and Nalanda, five in Muzaffarpur, West Champaran and Saran. There are three patients in Madhepura, three in Madhepura, two in Banka, Darbhanga, Samatipur, Sitamari and Baishali and one each in Begusarai, Bhagalpur, Gopalganj, Lakhisarai, Mungar, Naoda, East Champaran and Supaul. In Bihar, the number of infected people has risen to 59147676 after 11,259 new cases of corona virus were reported from 4 pm to 4 pm on Sunday. Patna has the highest number of 3,66565 new cases. Read more- Bihar: BJP MPs Rajiv Pratap Rudy and Pappu Yadav face off as the ambulance of the MP item is lying idle.
During the 24 hours period, 213 people were killed in Arya, 124 in Araval, 592 in Aurangabad, 130 in Banka, 5 565 in Begusarai, 332 in Bhagalpur, 103 in Bhojpur, 411 in East Champara, 403 in Gaya, 355 in Gopalganj, Jamui. , 63 in Lishisarai, 259 in Madhupura, 399 in Madhubani, 398 in Muzaffarpur, 237 in Nalanda, 12 12 3 Roh2 in Purnia, 1911 in Rohtase, 297 in Saharsa, 5 574 in Samashtipur, 3 366 in Saran, 110 in Sheikhpura, 204 in Shipal, 3 And there were 303 incidents in West Champaran. .
After recovering 13,36464 people in the state in 24 hours, the total number of people cured has risen to 4,7777,379. A total of 1,09,190 samples were tested in Bihar during 24 hours. Since the onset of the corona epidemic last year, 2,273,114,333 samples have been tested in the state. The number of under-treated patients in the state is 110804 and the recovery rate is 80.71 percent.
In Bihar, a vaccination program was started for people aged 18 and above and on the first day, 9,236 people were vaccinated. In Bihar, on Sunday, 1,00067 people aged 18 to 44 and over 45 received the Covid-19 vaccine. So far 60,33,525 people have been vaccinated in the state.
On Sunday, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said, “The government is taking all necessary steps in this crisis in Corona.” We express our gratitude to all the Corona fighters, including doctors, nurses, sanitation workers, administration and members of the police, who worked with great patience, discipline and courage in dealing with this disaster. ”
He said, “Representatives of many social organizations are serving humanity in this catastrophe. The young comrades are especially active in serving the people and making positive use of social media, which is commendable. We also thank all of them on behalf of the Bihar family.”
The Chief Minister said, “Bihar fought this war with great perseverance and courage during the first wave of Corona. Once again we have to follow Corona’s guidance and save ourselves and our loved ones. The government must support this war against Corona. Let us pledge that together we win this war.” To stop the transmission of Kovid 19, the Bihar government is providing special salaries to healthcare officers and front line employees.