Jamshedpur reports 102 positives, 4 deaths
94 new cases in Seraikela, 30 positives in West Singhbhum
Jamshedpur/Ranchi, Sept. 6: Jharkhand’s COVID-19 tally has crossed 50 thousand mark on Sunday with the single-day spike of 1122 fresh cases, while the number of recoveries surged past 35 thousand, state health department bulletin showed.
Corona positive cases have climbed to 50939. Sunday’s health bulletin also attributed 5 deaths to the disease taking the state death toll beyond 460.
Four deaths have been reported from Jamshedpur while one person died of the virus in Sahebganj. Jamshedpur continues to top the casualty list with 4 patients losing their life on Sunday, till the filing of this report on Sunday night.
1311 people have recovered and were discharged from various COVID hospital’s across the state on Sunday. 35641 people have recovered in Jharkhand till date while around 14832 active cases are still present in the state.
In Jamshedpur the COVID-19 tally has crossed 8000 mark.
102 new cases were reported on Sunday, September 6 taking the East Singhbhum tally to 8141. 328 people recovered of the virus on Sunday, in Jamshedpur.
5921 people have recovered and have been discharged in Jamshedpur.
The district administration spokesperson informed that 102 corona positives have been identified in the East Singhbhum district on Sunday.
According to East Singhbhum administration report, 231 people have died of coronavirus in Jamshedpur till the filing of this report on late Sunday night.
Seraikela reported 94 new cases on Sunday while 30 positives have come up in West Singhbhum.
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.
The Jharkhand government has extended the coronavirus pandemic-triggered lockdown in containment zone in the state till September 30. However, all the economic activities in the state are allowed outside containment zones.
The hotels, dharmshala, lodge and guest houses reopened after around 6 months following SOPs and guidelines of the government. Restaurants and shopping malls also resumed after a long time.