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28 more COVID-19 cases reported in UP: KGMU, Lucknow

28 more COVID-19 cases were reported in Uttar Pradesh after 982 samples were tested for coronavirus, said the King George's Medical University on Thursday.

ANI | Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh) | Updated: 14-05-2020 10:26 IST | Created: 14-05-2020 09:52 IST
28 more COVID-19 cases reported in UP: KGMU, Lucknow
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28 more COVID-19 cases were reported in Uttar Pradesh after 982 samples were tested for coronavirus, said King George's Medical University on Thursday.

"Out of the 982 samples tested on Wednesday for COVID-19, results of 28 samples tested positive for coronavirus," said King George's Medical University (KGMU)

Out of the 28 cases; one case each was reported from Unnao and Binjor, four from Kannauj, two each from Auraiya and Saharanpur, nine from Lakhimpur, two from Moradabad, six from Lucknow and a 46-year-old male resident of Ayodhya died, further information will be received from CMO Lucknow, it added.



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