Daily COVID-19 count stays under 2,000 in Tamil Nadu

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    Daily COVID-19 count stays under 2,000 in Tamil Nadu

    The variety of individuals testing positive for COVID-19 in the State stayed listed below 2,000, with 1,819 fresh cases being reported on Sunday. The number of active cases stood at 16,441 As on date, 7,58,191 individuals have actually checked positive for the infection. As lots of as 2,520 persons were discharged after treatment, taking the total number of released persons to 7,30,272

    In the last 24 hours, Chennai tape-recorded 502 infections. An overall of 680 individuals were discharged, even as 5,098 individuals are still going through treatment. The district also taped five deaths.

    In Ariyalur, Perambalur, Tenkasi and Ramanathapuram districts, the variety of newly-infected persons stayed under10 While Tenkasi recorded seven brand-new infections, Ariyalur reported four, Ramanathapuram 3 and Perambalur 2. 2 other districts, Theni and Virudhunagar, reported under 100 cases. According to data provided by the Directorate of Public Health, as much as 43% of the State’s new cases were taped in the districts of Chengalpattu, Chennai and Coimbatore. Chengalpattu saw 123 new infections, while Coimbatore experienced171

    Up until now, 6,35,696 individuals in the 13-60 age and 26,780 children have actually been infected in the State. An overall of 95,715 individuals over the age of 60, including 60,145 guys and 35,570 women, have actually been infected.

    Coimbatore, Cuddalore, Erode, Kancheepuram, Madurai, Tiruvallur and Vellore each recorded one death, apart from Chennai, representing a total of 12 deaths in the State. As on date, 11,478 individuals have actually passed away of the infection. All departed individuals had co-morbidities. While 5 deaths were recorded in government health centers, seven happened in personal facilities.

    The earliest among the deceased was an 84- year-old guy from Chennai.

    The Health Department added one more private laboratory in Thanjavur, taking the total number of testing centres in the State to 209– 66 in the government sector and 143 private facilities.

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