Death toll in West Bengal went up to 113 on May 10 with 14 more succumbing to COVID-19 pandemic and new confirmed cases accounted for 153 on the day.
A government health bulletin said that with 153 new cases, total confirmed cases touched 1939 in the state, while the count of active cases accounted for 1337.
Altogether 18 laboratories in the state are conducting tests for COVID-19, it stated.
While 113 people died of COVID-19, 72 passed away due to co-morbidity. Altogether 417 people have been discharged so far, while total number of samples tested stood at 43,414, the bulletin informed.
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