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Record spike of 632 COVID-19 cases in Rajasthan; total count crosses 20,000

Staff Writer | Updated:
July 5, 2020 9:39 pm
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Medical teams testing people at Joravar Singh gate. File Photo

Jaipur: Rajasthan reported a record spike in new COVID-19 cases on Sunday. As many as 632 people tested positive for the virus. Of them, 47 were in Jaipur alone. What has left the government worried is the fact that the virus is spreading to new areas in the city. The total number of cases has gone up to 20,164.

The following areas in Jaipur reported new coronavirus cases on Sunday:

  • Mansarovar – 3
  • SMS – 2
  • Vidhyadhar Nagar – 2
  • Vaishali Nagar – 3
  • Jhotwara – 6
  • Sikar Road – 1
  • Sodala – 3
  • Migrants – 2
  • Phagi – 6
  • Jagatpura – 2
  • Durgapura – 3
  • Sanganer – 5
  • Jhalana – 1
  • Gopalpura – 1
  • Sitapura – 1
  • Sirasi – 1
  • Rajapark – 1
  • Jawahar Nagar – 2
  • Chandpole – 1
  • Ramganj Mod – 1

As many as 57 cases were reported in Bikaner followed by 47 in Jaipur, 31 in Ajmer, 47 in Alwar, 4 in Baran, 7 in Barmer, 34 in Bharatpur, 3 in Bhilwara, 5 in Churu, 7 in Dausa, 28 in Dholpur, 1 in Dungapur, 2 in Hanumangarh, 41 in Jalore, 3 in Jhalawar, 15 in Jhunjhunu, 57 in Jodhpur, 2 in Kaurali, eight in Kota, 30 in Nagaur, 46 in Pali, 65 in Pratapgarh, 37 in Rajsamand, 12 in Sikar and 27 in Sirohi.

First published: July 5, 2020
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