Kohima: Nagaland recorded 32 new COVID-19 cases, increasing the overall Coronavirus count in the state to 32,302, a state health bulletin said on Tuesday.
With no fresh report of COVID-related death in the state, the toll remained 703.
According to the official bulletin, out of 32 fresh COVID cases on Monday, 16 cases were reported in Dimapur, 12 in Tuensang, two in Kohima, one in Mokokchung and one in Peren, including 11 detected by self-testing and random sampling, 15 traced contacts, five were returnees from outside the state and one from the security forces.
With seven more coronavirus patients recovering from the disease, the cumulative recoveries of the state have increased to 30,412. The recovery rate is now 94.22 per cent.
Nagaland has now 104 active cases in the state, it said.
Meanwhile, Dimapur, Wokha and Longleng District Task Force have issued revised restriction measures to be enforced in the respective districts to curb the spread of Covid-19.
All Social, political, religious, entertainment, academic, cultural gathering, and all other kinds of public gatherings will be restricted and permitted up to 50pc capacity, or up to a maximum of 200 persons, whichever is lower, and subject to all the participant being asymptomatic, and being fully vaccinated with both the doses against Covid-19.