Jharkhand Covid tally at 1,03,543 with 355 new cases
Jamshedpur, Nov 5: Coronavirus cases in Jamshedpur reached 16082 with 26 new cases reported on Thursday, November 5. The death tally remains at 356 with no deaths reported in East Singhbhum district on Thursday.
East Singhbhum district reported 26 positive cases while 49 people recovered of the virus on Thursday.
49 people recovered of the virus on Thursday taking the total recovery to 14525 while total active cases in Jamshedpur are 1201. East Singhbhum district administration has conducted 116825 test per million in the district. The recovery rate in Jamshedpur is 90% while the mortality rate is 2.2 %.
So far in Jamshedpur 324923 samples have been collected out of which 310988 have been tested and 294906 have turned out to be negative.
The state’s coronavirus tally on Thursday reached 1,03,543 as 355 new cases were detected across all the 24 districts of the state. During the day no deaths were reported across the state as a result of which the overall death count has remained at 894. The mortality rate among the patients currently stands at 0.86 percent. As per the information provided by the health department the number of active cases in the state was 4,685 while number of cured and discharged cases stood at 97,964.
The total number of death caused by Coronavirus in the state stood at 894. On Thursday a maximum number of 99 cases were found in Ranchi followed by 34 in Dhanbad, 30 in Bokaro, 26 each in Deoghar and East Singhbhum and 21 from West Singhbhum (top five districts). A total of number of 484 people were also cured and discharged from various dedicated Covid19 facilities during the day including 166 from Ranchi, 72 from Dhanbad, 49 from East Singhbhum, 23 each from Dhanbad and Garhwa and 22 from Bokaro. Despite the rampant rise in Coronavirus cases across the state the recovery rate of Covid-19 patients has improved significantly and has once gone above 94 percent mark to currently stand at 94.61 percent in Jharkhand. So far in the state, 35,54,219 samples have been collected out of which 35,40,776 have been tested and 34,37,233 have turned out to be negative