Imphal: The Covid-19 situation in Manipur continues to every passing day. In the last 24 hours leading up to 5 pm of Tuesday there was no reports of any death and only 6 persons (2 males, 4 females)) from the general population and 1 personnel of the Central Armed Police (CAPF) tested positive, s per an official release from the Covid-19 Common Control Room.
The 6 persons who tested positive from the general population include 2 from Senapati and 1 each from Imphal East, Imphal West, Thoubal and Kakching.
Meanwhile, 15 persons recovered and were discharged, 12 of them from Home Isolation and 1 each from JNIMS, RIMS and SHRI.
The cumulative number of positive cases is 29,137 (General Population — 25,707 and Central Security Personnel — 3,430). The cumulative number of recovered cases is 28,687 (General Population — 25, 292 and Central Security Personnel — 3,415). The number of active cases is 77 (general population 66 and CAPF 10). The recovery rate is 98.45%.
Anyone needing help or information regarding Covid-19 can contact Covid Common Control Room Number-1800-345-3818 and Home Isolation Helpline Number- 0385-2414009 (State Head Quarter) and — 8415944151 (Thoubal), which are open 24X7. One can also access online teleconsultation by government doctors from home (10 a.m to 3 p.m everyday except on Sunday) by downloading eSanjeevani0PD app at Google Play store or go to website www.esanjeevaniopd.in. For consultation on mental wellbeing, dial – 104 Manipur mental helpline from 9 am to 9 pm.
Total number of those vaccinated Tuesday is 1078 and the cumulative vaccination number is 10648.
The total number of health care workers who have been vaccinated is 10648. This include the Directors of RIMS and JNIMS, CMOs 78 persons were given Covid-19 vaccine on Sunday and that the cumulative no of people vac, DFWOs DIOs of districts, chairman cum managing directors of Shija Hospital and Babina Diagnostics’.
There is no severe reaction/allergies, adverse event following immunization (AEFI) till date. There was 37 mild reactions who are on home care and all of them are now fully recovered, the release added.