Jugsalai, Jemco and Mango report one positive case each, Jamshedpur corona tally up to 30

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Jamshedpur, May 27: Despite all the efforts, number of corona positive is increasing rapidly in Jharkhand. Three positive cases were reported in Jamshedpur on Wednesday, May 27, taking the total tally to 30 in East Singhbhum. While another case has been reported from West Singhbhum’s Chakradharpur on Wednesday and the district has till date reported 14 positive cases. The cases in Jharkhand reached 447 with nine new cases coming up from the state on Wednesday. Five cases came up from Hazaribagh, 3 from East Singhbhum and one from West Singhbhum. Wednesday came as a relief for Jamshedpur as the first corona positive in the district defeated the deadly disease to be discharged from Tata Main Hospital in Jamshedpur. The same day three positives were reported in the district in the evening. One of the resident is a resident of Jugsalai, another from Jemco while the third case came up from Mango. All the three have travel history and have returned to the city from Maharashtra. All the three were under institutional quarantine at Sidgora Professional Inter College. They were immediately shifted to the corona ward of TMH In West Singhbhum a corona positive has been reported from Chakradharpur who was in quarantine at Urdu School.
Several neighbourhoods in the city at Baridih and Sidhgora, which had managed to stave off coronavirus for the past 50 days, are now on the city’s containment-zone map with fresh cases being reported from them. Areas under Vidhyapati Nagar of Baridih have been barricaded at the entry points to keep outsiders away. The cases reported from Sidhgora and Baridih located in the eastern fringe of the city where the administration has set up three containment zones, leading the total number of containment zones to four in the city and sixth in the East Singhbhum district.
Corona positive cases in Seraikela-Kharsawan district are four while in West Singhbhum it is 14. Thus, the number of Corona positives in Kolhan has risen to 48 on Wednesday.
Earlier on Tuesday, three positives were reported in the East Singhbhum district. One from Jamshedpur and another two came up from Dhalbhumgarh. The patient who hails from Purulia in West Bengal was being treated at TMH. He was admitted on 24 May while his test reported positive today. He was immediately shifted to the corona ward of TMH. Along with this, people coming in contact with him are being identified. Khunti has become the 23rd district in the state to be infected with COVID-19 virus. One case has been reported from Khunti. Sahebganj is the only district which till date free from coronavirus.
Most of the corona positives are migrant workers. All the positives in East Singhbhum have travel history and have returned from other states.
Total cases in Kolhan now stand at 48 including 30 from East Singhbhum, 14 from West Singhbhum and 4 from Seraikela-Kharsawan.
Capital Ranchi accounts for 125 out of a total of 447 Covid cases. The Hindpiri locality in Ranchi is worst affected by the virus. This hotspot area is being manned by the CRPF personnel. Jharkhand has reported four deaths due to coronavirus so far.
The first case of the pandemic was reported from Hindpiri on March 31, when a 22-year-old Malaysian woman, who had been to Delhi’s Tablighi Jamaat congregation, tested positive. She has since been discharged after being recorded from the dreaded disease.
Four people have succumbed to the disease so far – two in Ranchi, one each in Bokaro and Koderma.
Following the centre’s new guidelines allowing states to categorise areas in their territory into different zones, Jharkhand decided not to place any of its districts in the red zone and instead categorised all 21 affected districts as orange zones.
Ranchi, Garhwa and Hazaribag, classified as red zone districts during the third phase of lockdown, have now been converted into orange zones.

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