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Night curfew, prohibitory orders imposed in Leh amid COVID-19 spike
11/28/2020 10:17:27 PM

Early Times Report
LADAKH, Nov 28: The administration in Leh has imposed night curfew and banned the assembly of more than four people amid a fresh COVID-19 spike, an official said on Saturday. Ladakh recorded one more COVID-related death and 44 new cases, taking the death toll to 114 and overall caseload to 8,272, officials said.
The self-imposed lockdown by the civil society group in Leh to contain the spread of coronavirus entered its sixth day on Saturday as the district recorded a minimum temperature of minus 12.9 degrees Celsius. The new COVID-related death was reported from Leh, taking the number of fatalities in the district to 73. The other 41 deaths were reported from Kargil district, the officials said. Of the 44 fresh cases, 42 were reported from Leh and two from Kargil, while 100 patients 89 in Leh and 11 in Kargil were discharged in the last 24 hours, the officials said.
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