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More Than 300 people Vaccinated in Manipur

  by NEWSNER , 2021-04-01 14:12:46


More Than 300 people Vaccinated in Manipur

While 313 people were vaccinated against COVID-19 yesterday, 7 people including five civilians and two personnel of the Central Armed police tested positive for COVID-19 within the last 24 hours.

 

With this, the entire number of individuals who are vaccinated against Covid has reached 86,044 including 31,602 healthcare workers.

 

The total number of Covid positive cases has reached 29,400 while the amount of active cases is 70, said COVID-19 Common room.

 

On the opposite hand, 4 people recovered from the disease, while under home isolation within the last 24 hours taking the entire number of recovered cases to 28956. The recovery rate stands at 98.48 per cent.

 

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With zero death thanks to Covid within the last 24 hours, the price remains at 374.

 

Meanwhile, the 7 new cases reported within the last 24 hours were detected at testing facilities at Imphal West (5), RIMS (1) and Raj Medicity (1).

 

Of the entire, the 5 civilians hail from Imphal West, said the report issued by Additional Director (Health) Dr Khoirom Sasheekumar Mangang.

 

The cumulative number of Covid positive cases is 29,400 including 25,956 civilians and 3444 Central security personnel.

 

The cumulative number of recovered cases is 28,956 including 25,523 civilians and 3433 Central security personnel.

 

The number of active cases is 70 including 63 civilians and seven Central security personnel.

 

Meanwhile, the COVID-19 Common room has informed air passengers who received Imphal today (March 31) on Indigo Flight 6E-2251 and Air India Flight A1-889 to report back to the room or their respective District Surveillance Officers (DSOs).

 

For Indigo Flight 6E-2251, those that should report include passengers who were seated on rows 16-22, 30-40.

 

For Air India Flight A1-889, those that were seated on row 12-18 should report, said the COVID-19 Common room.

 

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