Nagaland has been witnessing slow rise of Covid cases in some places of the state in last couple of days. The state health department has been trying to curb the Covid situation at the same time.
According to a COVID-19 status report released earlier this week, it shows the total number of infected people throughout the year in the state is at 34, 986 with 743 total numbers of deaths where 4 of the deceased were not related to COVID-19.
Dimapur, the commercial hub of Nagaland seems to be at the top with 17, 013 numbers of total cases which is followed by Kohima, the state capital at 9, 914 total number of cases with Mokokchung at third place with a total number of 2, 459 positive cases.
According to a report, 1422628 people had been vaccinated against COVID-19 where 805127 people received their first dose and 61750 people received their second dose this week in NagalandThe district of Tuensang recorded a total of 1175 cases followed by Mon at 1173 total number of cases along with Peren at 977 total number of positive cases. Besides the total number of positive cases, another patient succumbed to the infection in Dimapur which took the total number of deaths to 747 people out of which 4 of the deceased were not infected with COVID-19.
According to a report, 1422628 people had been vaccinated against COVID-19 where 805127 people received their first dose and 61750 people received their second dose this week in Nagaland.
As per statistics issued by the Health and Family Welfare Department (H&FW) majority of the people have received either their 1st or 2nddose while the rest have received their booster shot. Most of the villages in Nagaland have also received 100% vaccination. Schools and colleges in Nagaland have been asked to let all the faculties both teaching and non-teaching to be vaccinated.
However, if they do not wish to, then they must issue a negative COVID-19 report every 15 days the report stated. Also, a total of 51959 teenagers have received their first dose of Covaxin. The Health Ministry of India issued data that reads 67,597 new COVID-19 positive cases in just a single day pushing the total tally to 4, 23,39,611 cases.