With 2,532 fresh cases, State’s daily tally hits all-time high


2020-06-2118: 13: 00

With 2,532 fresh COVID-19 infections, Tamil Nadu tape-recorded the greatest single-day dive in cases on Sunday. The general case tally stood at 59,377 *.

As numerous as 29,963 persons were checked on Sunday, while 1,438 persons were discharged from various facilities, taking the overall figure of persons released to 32,754

In Chennai, 1,493 persons tested favorable, bringing the city’s total case count to 41,172 As many as 22,887 individuals had recuperated, while there were 17,683 active cases.

Chengalpattu recorded 121 cases and Tiruvallur 120, followed by Cuddalore with90 As numerous as 87 persons tested positive in Vellore while Tiruvannamalai had 76 cases. Kancheepuram and Madurai had 68 and 63 cases, respectively.

Amongst the favorable cases were 52 individuals who had actually returned from other parts of the country and from abroad. Five individuals, consisting of 3 from Malaysia and one each from Singapore and the UAE, evaluated favorable, as did one returnee each from Delhi, Maharashtra and Telangana.

Sixteen individuals from Kerala, 12 from Karnataka and 9 from Maharashtra who had returned by road/train checked positive.

53 deaths

The State tape-recorded 16 deaths in private hospitals and 37 deaths in government centers over the last 24 hours. Of the 53 fatalities taped overall, 3 had no co-morbid conditions.

3 deaths were reported at the Federal government Railway Hospital.

3 clients from Chennai, including a woman, who were admitted to medical services healthcare facilities, died of the infection. A 54- year-old man with type 2 diabetes, who was admitted to ESIC medical college, died on Saturday. A 62- year-old male with Pott’s puffy tumour, who was admitted to Southern Railway Headquarters Health center with problems of breathlessness on June 20, died on Saturday. A 47- year-old female with chronic kidney illness, who was on haemodialysis, was admitted on March 13 to ESIC health center and died on Saturday.

As lots of as 16 clients who passed away at government hospitals had a history of diabetes. Other persistent health problems consisted of severe high blood pressure, chronic kidney disease and heart ailments.

Casualties at RGGGH

A 61- year-old guy who was admitted to Rajiv Gandhi Federal Government General Health Center on June 15 passed away on Saturday. He had actually evaluated favorable for COVID-19 on June 14.

An overall of 15 deaths were taped at the healthcare facility, apart from the abovementioned case, till Sunday.

This apart, the Directorate of Public Health has actually launched the information of patients who had died in the previous few days at the federal government medical college health centers in Villupuram, Chengalpattu and Tirunelveli and at Stanley Medical College in Chennai.

Without co-morbidities

Amongst the 3 patients who died without co-morbid conditions was a 60- year-old guy who was confessed to Government Stanley Medical Facility on June 19 and passed away the next day. He had suffered a cardio-respiratory arrest. A 50- year-old man from Tiruvannamalai, confessed to Vellore Medical College, passed away on Saturday within hours of admission.

The State has included another screening centre– in Tirupattur. The Health Department said that 8,32,720 samples had evaluated negative up until now. Evaluating of 515 samples is under way.

(* Two deaths were cross notified to other states and one client passed away after turning negative for infection.)



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