Jamshedpur, Aug 23:�Coronavirus cases crossed 30,000 mark in Jharkhand with 817 new positive cases on Sunday, August 23. While the tally has crossed 5000 mark in Jamshedpur with 157 fresh corona cases reported till the filing of this report late on Sunday evening. �
Six patients died of Coronavirus while 817 new cases were reported in Jharkhand on Sunday. Positive cases have climbed to 30028 while 317 people have lost their life due to the virus in the state including 6 on Sunday.
Jamshedpur continues to top the casualty list with 5 patients losing their life on Sunday while while one person died of COVID in Hazaribagh.
408 people have recovered and were discharged from various COVID hospital�s across the state on Sunday. 19790 people have recovered in Jharkhand till date while 9921 active cases are still present in Jharkhand.
In Jamshedpur the COVID-19 tally has crossed 5000 mark.
157 new cases were reported on Sunday, August 23 taking the East Singhbhum tally to 5150.
The district administration spokesperson informed that 157 corona positives have been identified in the East Singhbhum district on Sunday. All the positives have been admitted to COVID-19 wards. On the other hand 20 people recovered in Jamshedpur on Sunday.
Around 150 people have died of coronavirus in Jamshedpur till the filing of this report on late Saturday evening.
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 ordered an extension of lockdown related restrictions in the state outside containment zones, up to August 31, due to COVID-19 cases.
The order will come into effect from August 1. Meanwhile, Jharkhand government issued measures for the implementation of interstate quarantine protocol, to all Additional Chief Secretary, DGP, Principal Secretary, IG and Deputy IG.
The order said that �All economic activities permitted prior to this order shall remain permitted.�