Meghalaya reported 5 more Covid19 deaths and 514 new positive cases in the last 24 hours.

According to the latest Covid19 bulletin, released by the National Health Mission (NHM) Meghalaya, with the new cases, the total Covid19 positive tally increased to 44,896 on Saturday.

A total of 776 people have lost their lives due to Covid19 infection in Meghalaya so far.

According to the NHM Meghalaya data, a total of 585 patients, who earlier infected by Covid19, recovered from the deadly disease on Saturday.

So far, a total of 39,377 patients have recovered from the disease in Meghalaya.

Meghalaya currently has 4,743 active Covid19 cases.

On Friday, Meghalaya reported 9 Covid19 deaths.

The state registered a total of 650 new Covid19 positive cases on Friday.

The number of recovered patients on Friday was 431 and the number of total active cases was 4,819.

According to NHM Meghalaya data shared on Friday night, so far a total of 5,77,546 people have been administered Covid19 vaccines in Meghalaya.

According to the NHM Meghalaya data, on Friday, a total of 14,319 people received Covid19 vaccine doses.

Of the 14,319 people, who received Covid19 doses on Friday, 13,246 were above 18 years, 822 were above 45 years.

Meghalaya vaccination update on June 18, 2021.

On Friday, a total of 45 health care workers received Covid19 vaccine doses while 206 frontline workers received the vaccine doses.

India reported 60,753 new Covid19 cases in the last 24 hours.

India’s active caseload declined to 7,60,019, lowest after 74 days.

On Saturday, the daily recoveries continue to outnumber daily new cases for the 37th consecutive day, the Union health ministry said.

The recovery rate steadily increased to 96.16 on Saturday.

The daily positivity rate stands at 2.98%, which is less than 5% positivity for 12 consecutive days.

India continues to report a sustained slide in the daily new Covid19 cases.

The country has reported 60,753 daily new Covid19 cases in the last 24 hours.

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