COVID-19 cases in Manipur at 3217

UT News Service | IMPHAL, August 6: The number of COVID-19 cases in Manipur rose to 3217 after 124 more new cases were detected in the past 24 hours. Nine among the new cases were personnel of the Central Armed Police Force (CAPF), the COVID-19 Common Control room said on Thursday. Among the 115 new cases from the general population, 65 are males while 94 of them have no significant travel history.

Manipur has 3217 persons infected by the virus, and out of them, 536 are personnel of the CAPF and 2681 are from the general population, the report said.

A total of 43 patients were discharged on Thursday after they were tested negative for the virus during RT PCR test, taking the total number of recovered cases to 1905. Among the recovered persons, 851 are from the general population while the rest 453 cases are Central security personnel, the report said.

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