5,881 fresh cases, 97 deaths reported in Tamil Nadu


Tamil Nadu recorded 5,881 fresh COVID-19 cases on Friday, taking the overall tally to 2,45,859, of which 57,968 were active cases.

It likewise reported the death of 97 patients, consisting of 3 in their 20 s, taking the toll to 3,935

Marginal dip

Chennai reported 1,013 cases, a limited dip, taking its overall tally better to the one lakh-mark.

Amongst the deaths recorded in the Health Department’s publication were those of 44 persons who passed away on July 30 and 32 persons on July29 A 27- year-old lady, who had no co-morbidities, was amongst those who died. A homeowner of Tiruvallur, she was confessed to the Federal government Kilpauk Medical College Health Center on July26 Her swab returned favorable on July27 She passed away on July 30 owing to COVID-19 pneumonia, acute breathing distress syndrome and septic shock.

A 27- year-old male from Coimbatore was confessed to the Coimbatore Medical College Medical Facility on July28 Nevertheless, he died on July 29 owing to traumatic quadriplegia, COVID-19 and bronchopneumonia. A 29- year-old guy, who had persistent kidney disease and high blood pressure, died within 9 hours of admission to the Kanyakumari Government Medical College Health Center on July 30 owing to breathing failure, COVID-19 pneumonia, chronic kidney illness and high blood pressure.

Chennai represented 21 of the deaths, while Tiruvallur tape-recorded 10 deaths.

Moreover, 5,778 persons were released after treatment across the State. The number of patients released exceeded the fresh cases in Chennai. As many as 1,026 individuals were discharged from health centers in the city, followed by 663 in Tiruvallur. A total of 1,83,956 persons have actually up until now been released in the State.

Surge in Kancheepuram

Kancheepuram saw a surge in cases as 485 individuals tested favorable. 4 districts had 300- plus cases: Tiruvallur-373, Ranipet-359, Virudhunagar-357 and Chengalpattu-334 In Theni, 299 persons checked positive, while Thoothukudi and Tirunelveli had 282 and 222 cases respectively.

There was a dip in cases in Madurai as 173 persons tested positive. Eight other districts, including Vellore, Kanyakumari, Coimbatore, Villupuram and Cuddalore, had 100- plus cases. In addition, 31 returnees tested favorable in different districts.

The Health Department tested 60,276 samples in the last 24 hours, taking the total variety of samples tested up until now to 26,58,138 One government lab– District Public Health Lab, Walajapet– was recently approved for screening. As of date, the State has 120 screening facilities.

Another high in U.T.

A 56- year-old woman with co-morbidities caught COVID-19 on Friday, taking the toll to 49, even as Puducherry taped its highest increase yet of 174 cases in a 24- hour cycle.

The new cases were recognized from the screening of 973 samples, showing a positivity rate of 17.9%.

The casualty rate fractionally dropped to 1.4% from 1.5%.

While Puducherry represented 135 of the new cases, 13 were admitted to the government health center in Karaikal and the staying 26 were admitted to the government healthcare facility in Yanam. Mahe did not add to its sole COVID-19 case.

Another 178 clients remain in home seclusion– 167 in Puducherry and 11 in Yanam.

Bedi adds e-mail id

On The Other Hand, Lt. Guv Kiran Bedi has actually included an e-mail id to the channels of connecting suggestions and grievances.

“This is to strengthen this feedback system and likewise supply an alternative access to me personally in self-confidence. I have established an individual email to keep total privacy in email also,” Ms. Bedi said.

The email account, [email protected], is for anyone to share any details straight, be it a grievance or an idea to assist improve and handle the matters, the Lt. Governor stated.

As lots of as 158 persons tested favorable for COVID-19 in Cuddalore district on Friday, while neighbouring Villupuram reported 169 cases.



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