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90 more Covid positive cases in Manipur

During the same period, 45 persons recovered while one person succumbed to Covid-19, as per an official release from the Health Department. 

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Imphal: In the last 24 hours leading up to 5 pm on Saturday,90 persons from the general population tested positive.

During the same period, 45 persons recovered while one person succumbed to Covid-19, as per an official release from the Health Department. 

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Of the 90 persons who tested positive, 32 are from Imphal East, 29 from Imphal West, eight from Churachandpur, seven  from Bishnupur, four from Thoubal, and two each from Chandel, Jiribam, Senapati and Ukhrul and one each from Kakching, and Kangpokpi.

Of the 45 persons who recovered, 33 are from home isolation, five from SHRI, four from JNIM, one from JNIMS and one from Tamenglong. The recovery rate of the state as of Friday stands at 98.00 %.

The lone person who expired due to Covid is from Imphal East. The deceased had co-morbidities and had been vaccinated with the 2nd dose. The cumulative death due to Covid in the state stands at 2125

The cumulative number of positive cases in the state now stands at 1, 38, 558 out of which 1, 35, 793 have recovered leaving 640 active cases in the state.

As on July 23, 2022, 87 D-type oxygen cylinders and 19 B-type oxygen cylinders have been made available at different health facilities in Manipur.

The status of Covid Hospital facilities in the state as on July 24, 2022 is as follows: JNIMS has a total of 36 beds out of which 26 are occupied and 12 are vacant. RIMS has a total of 63 beds, of which 44 are occupied and 18 are vacant. 

 The total number of doses administered on July 23, is 2,443, the cumulative number of doses administered is 30,64,894 (1st dose 16,06,401, 2nd dose 12,80,044) and precautionary dose is 1,76,449.

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