Madhya Pradesh reports 104 deaths, even as corona cases drop by 672
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BHOPAL: Madhya Pradesh reported 104 deaths on Saturday, even as the state reported a reduction in the number of corona cases by 672 on Saturday. The state reported 12,918 corona cases on Saturday, while it had reported 13,590 corona cases on Friday. So, that is a reduction of 672 cases.

The number of active cases went up to 89,363 in the state. The infection tally has gone up to 485,703, while the toll has risen to 5,041 with 104 deaths.

Around 55,879 samples were sent for testing, while 1,014 samples were rejected at the time of testing. The corona-positive rate is 23.1 per cent in the state.

Bhopal, on Saturday, reported 172 cremations according to corona protocol, including 15 in Jahangirabad, 41 in Subhas Nagar and 116 in Bhadbhada. In Bhopal, there were 1,802 new cases. Indore reported 1,813 corona cases, with the tally up at 99,925 and toll at 1,092, while Bhopalís tally went to 78,934. Indoreís active cases went up to 12,621 while Bhopalís active cases went up to 11,267.

Jabalpur reported 833 corona cases with 5,993 active cases and Gwalior reported 1,152 corona cases with 8,887 active cases. Ujjain reported 350 corona cases with 2,711 active cases, while Sagar reported 395 corona cases with 1,631 active cases.

Khargone reported 250 corona cases with 1,177 active cases, while Rewa reported 297 corona cases with 2,256 active cases and Vidisha reported 230 corona cases with 2,035 active cases. Satna reported 282 corona cases with 1,407 active cases, while Shivpuri reported 214 corona cases with 1,434 active cases.

Sehore reported 222 corona cases with 1,224 active cases, while Morena reported 245 corona cases with 1,415 active cases and Singrauli reported 277 corona cases with 1,442 active cases. Dhar reported 235 corona cases with 1,149 active cases. Raisen reported 168 corona cases with 1,427 active cases.

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