by NEWSNER , 2021-04-10 15:52:26
The detection of Covid-19 positive cases has been continuing within the state, which moves towards the second spurt of infection within the state.
During the continued massive third phase vaccination drive for general people above 45 across the state with no comorbidities, the recent spurt of infection in Tripura is now growing rapidly at par with a number of the states within the country and as of Friday, 32 more persons tested positive for Covid-19.
The state media bulletin on Covid-19 issued on Friday evening showed that 32 more Covid-19 positive cases detected after testing of 1686 swab samples through Rapid Antigen and RT-PCR tests from the people with travel history, contact tracing and symptomatic patients.
Since last one week, Covid positive cases are reported within the state, which has increased daily positive cases and now the entire Covid-19 active cases of the state stand at 147 as of Friday with the fresh recovery of just one patient within the past 24-hours.
While the state's recovery rate has also started decreasing daily and now it's reached 98.39 per cent. While, the utmost testing of swab samples for determination of Covid-19 positive patients has also been continuing with an honest average of tests per million of the population with 1, 62, 728 tests.
After witnessing a surge within the active cases, the state again on Friday also witnessed zero death within the past 24-hours. The COVID deaths toll also remained an equivalent for the past few days at 390 figures with a death rate of 1.16%. The state's Covid-19 total caseload stands at 33, 644 as 32 more positive cases detected within the past 24-hours and therefore the positivity rate has also downed at 5.17 % within the past 24-hours.
As the number of active cases of Covid-19 has now stood at 147 cases including patients who are in 'home isolation', among the reported positive cases of Covid-19, a complete of 33, 081 patients have recovered from their virus infection thanks to infection for SARS-CoV-2 within the state.