- 11,598 new cases of Kovid in Madhya Pradesh
- More 90 patients died of corona in the state
- So far 6,334 people have died in the state
In Madhya Pradesh (Madhya Pradesh Covid 19), 11,598 new cases of coronavirus were reported on Saturday. With this, the total number of people found infected with this virus in the state has reached 6,60,712. In the last 24 hours in the state, 90 more people have died due to this disease in the state. So far, the number of people who have died of this disease in the state has risen to 6,334. An official of Madhya Pradesh Health Department said that 1706 new cases of Kovid-19 came in Indore on Saturday, while 1561 in Bhopal, 987 in Gwalior and 825 new cases were reported in Jabalpur.
The official said that out of a total of 6,60,712 corona infected in the state, 5,51,892 patients have become healthy so far and 1,02,486 patients are undergoing treatment. He said that 4,445 patients of Kovid-19 have recovered on Saturday.
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On the other hand, a woman saddened by the death of her husband from Kovid-19 in Indore allegedly committed suicide by jumping from a private hospital here late Saturday. Kamlesh Sharma, in-charge of Tukoganj police station, said that Khushboo Jain (37) jumped from the fifth floor or above the floor of 9-storey Shelby Hospital, which led to her death.
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Sharma said that Khushboo’s husband Rahul Jain (43) was admitted to this private hospital from April 24 due to Corona virus infection. He died on Saturday. He said, “Upon receiving information about her husband’s death, Khushboo jumped from the hospital in shock and committed suicide.” The in-charge of the police station said that the police is investigating the matter and the body of the woman has been sent for postmortem.
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