Arunachal Pradesh registered 2 more Covid19 deaths and 138 new positive cases in the last 24 hours.
According to the Covid19 bulletin, released by the directorate of health services, Arunachal Pradesh, on Sunday evening, the new cases were confirmed out of the 3,275 tests.
With the new cases, the state has so far registered a total of 48,960 cases.
In the last 24 hours, a total of 415 patients, who were earlier infected by Covid19, recovered from the disease.
Arunachal Pradesh currently has a total of 3,675 active cases.
The state’s positivity rate stands at 07.61% till Sunday evening.
So far, a total of 44,354 people have recovered from the disease.
The state’s recovery rate stands at 91.91%.
With the demise of three more patients, a total of 231 people have lost their lives due to Covid19 infection, according to the health bulletin.
Arunachal Pradesh’s Covid19 death rate currently stands at 0.48%.
@9:25pm 1st August 2021
138 New cases
3275 Samples tested
415 Patients discharged
2 Patients death
3675 Active cases
627 Got 1st dose 18 years above
289 Got 2nd dose 18 years above pic.twitter.com/5X3d5cN89M
— Directorate of Health Services Arunachal Pradesh (@DirHealth_ArPr) August 1, 2021
In the last 24 hours, a total of 627 people above 18 years got the first dose of Covid19 vaccine.
On Sunday, a total of 289 people above 18 years got the 2nd dose of Covid19 vaccine, as per the health bulletin.
On Saturday, Arunachal Pradesh reported 3 Covid19 death and 266 positive cases.
On Saturday, the new cases were confirmed out of 5,237 tests.
A total of 451 patients were discharged on Saturday.
Meanwhile, 47.02 crore Covid19 vaccine doses have been administered so far across India under the Nationwide Vaccination Drive.
A total of 3,08,20,521 recoveries have been recorded across the country so far.
India’s recovery rate currently stands at 97.36%.
A total of 39,258 patients have recovered during the last 24 hours.
India has reported 41,831 new cases in the last 24 hours, according to the Union health ministry.
India’s active caseload currently stands at 4,10,952