Udupi: COVID-19 numbers as on July 10


Team Udayavani, Jul 10, 2020, 7:23 PM IST

Udupi: 34 COVID-19 cases were detected in the district on July 10 increasing the cumulative total to 1,477.

A total of 707 samples were tested in the district on the same day of which 673 were negative.

Presently, there are 250 active cases in the district.

21,409 samples have been collected so far in the district. 17,508 samples have tested negative. Reports of 2,424 samples’ reports are still pending.

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