No brand-new COVID-19 case in 2 districts
19 districts report less than 10 cases each; 761 persons test positive for infection.
2 districts– Ramanathapuram and Perambalur– tape-recorded no brand-new case of COVID-19, while 19 districts reported less than 10 cases each, as 761 individuals tested positive for the infection in the State on Saturday.
Ariyalur, Cuddalore, Dharmapuri, Dindigul, Kallakurichi, Karur, Krishnagiri, the Nilgiris, Pudukottai, Ranipet, Sivaganga, Tenkasi, Theni, Tirupathur, Tiruvannamalai, Tiruvarur, Thoothukudi, Villupuram and Virudhunagar taped less than 10 fresh cases each.
Chennai’s day-to-day count stayed in the 200- plus range. As many as 218 persons checked positive for the infection, taking the city’s tally to 2,27,575
Coimbatore reported 69 cases and Salem52 There were 46 cases in Chengalpattu, 39 in Tiruvallur and 27 each in Tiruppur and Tiruchi. The fresh cases consisted of four returnees from Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Uttarakhand and West Bengal.
The State’s overall tally stood at 8,25,537 Since date, 7,304 persons are undergoing treatment for the infection. An overall of 882 persons, consisting of 253 in Chennai, were released after treatment on Saturday, while seven individuals (five in personal healthcare facilities and 2 in government healthcare facilities) died. An overall of 8,06,018 individuals have actually been released till date, while the toll stands at 12,215
Chennai and Vellore taped 2 deaths each, while Kancheepuram, Ranipet and Thanjavur reported one death each.
All seven persons who died had co-morbidities. One of them, a 30- year-old male from Vellore, who had diabetes, had been confessed to a personal medical college medical facility on January 5 with problems of fever and vomiting for six days, breathing difficulty for a day and chest pain and loose stools for two days. He passed away on January 8 due to severe respiratory distress syndrome and COVID-19 pneumonia.
An overall of 65,513 samples were evaluated in 24 hours. As numerous as 1,47,60,619 samples have been evaluated till date.
Two private laboratories have been authorized for COVID-19 screening– ABS Medical facility, Karur, and Neuberg Ehrlich Lab, Salem.
With this, there are 179 private screening centers and 68 government labs in the State.
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