Manipur’s COVID-19 recovery rate reaches 90.92%

For the first time, COVID-19 recovery rate of Manipur reached 90.92% on Monday.
The daily COVID-19 status update of the COVID-19 Common Control Room showed adding 54 new cases in the last 24 hours. The new cases including one CAPF personnel were detected during testing of 1,620 samples.

The overall number of samples tested in the state so far reached 4,54,148, out of which 27,209 were diagnosed with the viral infections.

The overall positive cases included 24,739 recoveries as there were only 2,146 active cases with the discharge of 152 patients after recovering from the disease in the last 24 hours.
The casualty toll of the state climbed to 324 as two deaths due to the viral infection were reported in the last 24 hours. Both the casualties were males from Imphal West district and of age 76 years and 55 years.

On other hand, the total number of samples tested so far rose to 4,54,148 with the 1,620 samples tested till 4pm on Monday. 

A total of 5,02,214 people who have entered the state by surface and air routes were screened for coronavirus in the state.


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