Kohima, January 14 (NEx): The number of COVID-19 positive cases spiked to 32 cases today after few weeks of continuously recording low positive cases in the state of Nagaland. The state total tally crossed the 12000 mark yesterday.
Today, the state detected 32 new positive cases of COVID-19, taking the total count to 12,035, as updated by the Health Minister S Pangnyu Phom. Out of which, 28 cases were detected in Kohima, 03 in Dimapur and 01 in Mokokchung.
30 cases out of the total cases today were detected from among the traced contacts and 02 among returnees / travellers. Active cases stands at 124.
32 positive cases of #COVID-19 have been detected today.
Kohima- 28, Dimapur- 3, Mokokchung- 1.
Also 11 +ve patients have recovered.
Kohima – 9, Dimapur- Mokokchung- 1 each.
Total +ve cases- 12035
Active Cases- 124
— S Pangnyu Phom (@pangnyu) January 14, 2021
Also, the state recorded 11 recoveries of COVID-19 patients, taking the total tally in the state to 11,685, updated Health Minister S Pangnyu Phom today. Out of the recoveries today, 09 patients recovered from Kohima and 01 each from Dimapur & Mokokchung.
As per the severity of symptoms, 109 active cases are asymptomatic, and among the symptomatic, 09 active cases are mild, 02 active cases are moderate on oxygen, 02 active case is severe on oxygen and 01 is critical in ICU with oxygen and 01 is on ventilator.
So far, the State has reported seventy six (76) deaths of COVID-19 patients, Ten (10) deaths of COVID-19 are not related to COVID and 140 cases of COVID-19 are migrated, informed Nagaland Health and Family Welfare Department.