Coronavirus in Bhopal: Area-wise list of COVID-19 cases as issued by health department on July 31
Coronavirus in Bhopal: Area-wise list of COVID-19 cases as issued by health department on July 31
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Bhopal: On the 8th day of lockdown in the capital, 168 new corona positive patients were found in the city. With this, the tally of the corona patients in the city reached 6,647. Total of 3,963 patients have been cured so far while the number of active patients stands at 2,508. The death count stands at 176.

Madhya Pradesh on Friday recorded 838 coronavirus cases, 208 of them in Bhopal, taking the infection count in the state to 31,806, health officials said.

"Among the new cases, the highest 208 was reported from Bhopal, followed by 112 in Indore, 48 in Jabalpur and 47 in Khargone. Also, 614 persons were discharged from hospitals after recovery," an official said.

"The number of cases in Indore is now 7,328, which includes 311 deaths. Bhopal has 6,313 cases, including 176 deaths," he added.

MP coronavirus figures are as follows: Total cases 31,806, active cases 8,668, new cases 838, deaths 867, discharged 22,271 people tested so far 7,67,571.

Here is a list of reported cases as issued by health department on July 31:

A 25-year-old youth from BJP office

Congress leader PC Sharma

Two from 74 Bungalow Swami Ganganagar

Three from Sai Residency Bairagarh

Five from Arera Colony

Two from Neem Wali Gali Jinsi crossing

Six from Om Nagar Lalghati

Five of same family from Dawood Ahmed Gali Fatehgarh

Two 16-day-old babies from Municipal Corporation Dussehra ground

One from AIIMS

Woman from Jaypee Hospital

Six of same family from Shivajinagar

A doctor in the medicine department of Gandhi Medical College

Doctor Asif Khan, Assistant Superintendent Hamidia Hospital

One from MANIT Campus

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