West Bengal records 3,340 new COVID-19 cases, 62 additional passings take cost to past 5,100-mark
West Bengal on Saturday detailed its most noteworthy single-day spike of 3,340 new COVID-19 cases, taking the count to 2,66,974, as per an announcement gave by the Health Department.
62 additional patients kicked the bucket in the state, following which the cost rose to 5,132, it said.
The release rate in the state improved to 87.92 percent as the state saw 3,013 new recuperations.
The number of dynamic patients remained at 27,130.
Over the most recent 24 hours, 41,128 examples have been tried for COVID-19 in the express, the announcement said.
Up until this point, 2,34,712 patients have recuperated in the state.
Nineteen of the most recent passings were accounted for from the North 24 Parganas locale, while 13 fatalities occurred in Kolkata, the release said.
Six passings each were accounted for from Howrah and Paschim Medinipur, while three each occurred in South 24 Parganas, Hooghly and Purba Medinipur locale, it said.
54 of the new passings occurred because of comorbidities where COVID-19 was accidental, as per the announcement.
Of the new cases, 641 were distinguished in North 24 Parganas while 631 individuals were discovered COVID-positive in Kolkata.
Howrah recorded 234 new cases and 196 were identified in South 24 Parganas.