Meghalaya registered 8 more Covid19 deaths and 495 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 43,254 on Wednesday.
A total of 758 people have lost their lives due to Covid19 infection in Meghalaya so far.
According to the NHM Meghalaya data, a total of 453 patients, who earlier infected by Covid19, have recovered from the deadly disease on Wednesday.
So far, a total of 38,032 patients have recovered from the disease in Meghalaya.
Meghalaya currently has 4,464 active Covid19 cases.
According to NHM Meghalaya data shared on Tuesday night, the state currently has 979 beds available with oxygen for Covid19 patients.
The number of beds available without oxygen is 106 and there are 142 ICU beds available for serious Covid19 patients.
The daily occupancy of beds by Covid19 patients in Meghalaya is 541, according to the NHM Meghalaya.
Till Tuesday (June 15, 2021), a total of 5,30,267 people have been administered Covid19 vaccines in Meghalaya.
According to the NHM Meghalaya data, on Tuesday, a total of 13,294 people received Covid19 vaccine doses.
Of the 12,294 people, who received Covid19 doses on Tuesday, 12,462 were above 18 years, 652 were above 45 years.
On Tuesday, a total of 37 health care workers received Covid19 vaccine doses while 143 frontline workers received the vaccine doses.
In a tweet, NHM Meghalaya said: “We must encourage our family and friends to join us in taking the Covid-19 vaccine. It is safe, reliable and it will help protect you against the adverse effects of Coronavirus. Head to the CoWIN portal to register.”
Together we can overcome this pandemic by following these steps to keep everyone safe against Covid-19.
Wear a Mask?
Wash/Sanitise your hands frequently???
Maintain social distance ????—????
Get vaccinated ? #NHM #Covid19Meghalaya #TakeYourBestShot #LargestVaccineDrive pic.twitter.com/i9aaiSjarU
— NHM Meghalaya (@NHMMeghalaya) June 16, 2021