Meghalaya reports 4 more COVID-19 cases, count stands at 66

Meghalaya reports 4 more COVID-19 cases, count stands at 66

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Meghalaya reported four more COVID-19 cases on July 4th, 2020 taking the state’s total to 66.

“The patients were high risk contacts of a COVID-19 patient, who is presently in Assam and have tested positive for the same in Ri Bhoi District,” Chief Ministrer Conrad Sangma stated.

Of the total 66 confirmed COVID-19 cases, 22 are active cases and 43 have been cured and discharged.

Also read: Assam: Guwahati detects 134 COVID-19 cases on July 3, state tally reaches 9799

Meghalaya and the Northeast

Assam has the highest COVID-19 cases in the Northeast India followed by Tripura.

StatesCasesCured/ DischargedActive casesDeath
Arunachal Pradesh195661281
Data based on Ministry of Health and Family Welfare

India COVID-19 cases so far

India recorded the highest-ever daily spike of 20,903 COVID-19 cases in the last 24 hours, pushing the total tally to 6,25,544 lakh. The death toll is now 18213, as per data released by the Union Health Ministry. Active cases in India stand at 227439 while 379892 have been cured or discharged so far.

Among the states, Maharashtra is the first state to cross 6 thousand deaths. It has recorded 186626 corona cases with 101172 cured, 8187 deaths, and 77276 active cases. The western state is followed by Delhi and Tamil Nadu. Delhi has corona 92175 cases with 63007 cured, 2864 deaths, and 26304 active cases. Tamil Nadu has 98392 positive cases with 26021 cured, 1321 deaths 41050 active cases. Gujarat with 33913 COVID-19 cases, so far, has 24593 have been cured, 1886 deaths, and 7434 active cases.

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Edited By: Admin
Published On: Jul 04, 2020