Recoveries outnumber fresh COVID-19 cases in Nagaland
The daily COVID-19 count in Nagaland remained at 37 for the second day in a row while single-day recoveries outweighed fresh cases for the seventh consecutive day on Wednesday. 88
The daily COVID-19 count in Nagaland remained at 37 for the second day in a row while single-day recoveries outweighed fresh cases for the seventh consecutive day on Wednesday.
88 patients recovered from the infection during the day as against 43 on Tuesday, a health bulletin said.
The recovery rate among COVID-19 patients has improved to 93.15 per cent from 92.97 per cent on Tuesday.
The active cases tally came down to 519 from 571 the day before.
The new cases pushed the caseload to 30,731 and 28,626 people have recuperated from the disease thus far, the bulletin said.
Dimapur district registered the highest number of new cases at 17, followed by Kohima, Mokukchung and Tuensang (five each).
The COVID-19 death toll remained at 646, with no fatality reported during the day. 940 coronavirus patients have migrated to other states.
Over 3.51 lakh samples have been tested for COVID-19 in the state so far.
First Published: 15th September, 2021 21:52 IST
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