Coronavirus: West Bengal’s COVID-19 tally crosses 2-lakh mark; 1,500 deaths reported in Kolkata alone

First Published 16, Sep 2020, 11:46 AM

The number of COVID-19 cases is increasing almost every day in West Bengal. The state has already crossed the 2-lakh mark of COVID infection. In Kolkata, a total of 1,500 people have died due to COVID-19. According to sources, 11 people have died in Kolkata in a single day.

<p>However, asymptomatic COVID patients are also being found where compulsory COVID tests are being performed. But if the test is not done, the victims themselves do not know that they are infected with COVID. The COVID infection is spreading unknowingly in the stat</p>

However, asymptomatic COVID patients are also being found where compulsory COVID tests are being performed. But if the test is not done, the victims themselves do not know that they are infected with COVID. The COVID infection is spreading unknowingly in the stat

<p>The state has already crossed the 2 lakh mark for COVID infection. In Kolkata, a total of 1,500 people has died due to COVID.<br />
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The state has already crossed the 2 lakh mark for COVID infection. In Kolkata, a total of 1,500 people has died due to COVID.
 

<p>According to the State Health Bulletin on Tuesday (September 15), 487 people were infected with COVID in a single day in Kolkata. the total number of people infected with COVID in Kolkata is 47,628. According to sources, 11 people have died in Kolkata in a single day.</p>

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According to the State Health Bulletin on Tuesday (September 15), 487 people were infected with COVID in a single day in Kolkata. the total number of people infected with COVID in Kolkata is 47,628. According to sources, 11 people have died in Kolkata in a single day.

 

<p>&nbsp;In Kolkata, the number of active cases is 4,309. However, the number has increased by 93 as compared to the statistics on Monday (September 14).<br />
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 In Kolkata, the number of active cases is 4,309. However, the number has increased by 93 as compared to the statistics on Monday (September 14).
 

<p>However, there is good news. According to the bulletin of the health department, 383 people have recovered in a single day in Kolkata. So far, the total number of people recovered is 41,819.<br />
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However, there is good news. According to the bulletin of the health department, 383 people have recovered in a single day in Kolkata. So far, the total number of people recovered is 41,819.
 

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