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Manipur reports one COVID-19 positive case

In view of the new Covid variant surge in other countries, people in the state have been urged to get complete doses of Covid vaccination and follow Covid appropriate behavior such as wearing face masks, maintaining hand hygiene and social distancing.

ByIFP Bureau

Updated 1 Jan 2023, 6:28 pm

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Manipur on Sunday reported one new COVID-19 positive case of the 28 test results recieved on Sunday, official sources said.

According to the latest updated data issued by the state COVID-19 Common Control Room, one person from Imphal East tested positiev for COVID-19 on Sunday. Following it, the state's Covid-19 active cases stood at one and the caseload inched to 1,39,923 so far.

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The death toll remained 2149, while the cumulative number of recoveries reached 1,37,773. The recovery rate is 98.46 per cent.

Meanwhile, the cumulative doses administered so far stood at 32,65,986. Out of it, the first dose is 16,48,726, second dose is 13,38,153 and precaution dose 2,79,107.

According to the release, in view of the surge in Covid BF.7 variant in other parts of the world, people in the state have been urged to get complete Covid vaccination doses and followCovid appropriate behavior such as wearing face masks, maintaining hand hygiene and social distancing.

It also urged those with any flu or flu like symptoms to get tested. For any queries, contact state helpline No 0385-2410009, the release added.

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IMPHAL, Manipur

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