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No death reported also on Thursday, cumulative toll holds steady at 1985

Of the 25 persons who tested positive from the general population, 19 are from Imphal West, two from and one each from Bishnupur, Churachandpur, Kakching and Senapati.

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Imphal: The Covid situation in Manipur continues to hold steady as the state registered no death for another day in the last 24  hour leading upto 2 pm of Thursday. During the same period, 25 persons from the general population tested coronavirus positive while 11 persons recovered and were discharged, as per an official release from the Health Department 

Of the 25 persons who tested positive from the general population, 19 are from Imphal West, two from and one each from Bishnupur, Churachandpur, Kakching and Senapati.

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Altogether, 1,460 persons were tested for a positivity rate of 1.7 %.

Meanwhile, 11 persons recovered and were discharged, one of them from home isolation, eight from CCCs and one each from JNIMS and RIMS. The recovery rate in the state now stands at 98.15 %.

The cumulative number of positive cases in the state now stands at 1, 25,454 out of which 1,23,130 have recovered leaving 339 active cases.

The total number of doses administered on December 8, 2021, is 6,744, the cumulative number of doses administered is 22,14,025 (1st dose 12,94,955, 2nd dose 9,18,070).

Manipur Police detains one SOP violators 

Imphal: Manipur Police Department detained one person as part of its drive against violators of guidelines and restrictions issued by the State Government and the State Disaster Management Authority in connection with COVID-19 Pandemic on Thursday. The lone SOP violators is from Bisnupur district. These violations include failure to wear a mask in public places, failure to maintain social distance in public places, spitting in public places among others.

They were later released after due warning. During the drive, a sum of Rs 400/- (four hundred) was also recovered as fine from the violators as per law, said a press note issued by the staff officer to IGP (Ops) Nodal Officer (Covid-19) for Manipur Police. 

The press note also warned that those who violate the guidelines and restrictions shall be dealt with strong legal action under the National Disaster Management Act 2005 and other appropriate laws.

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