Assam for two consecutive days reported no new Covid-19 cases

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On Thursday, 1,713 samples were examined, bringing the total number of samples tested in the state to 2,83,29,629 so far.
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Assam for two consecutive days reported no new Covid-19 cases
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Assam for two consecutive days reported no new Covid-19 cases

GUWAHATI: Assam recorded no COVID-19 cases on Thursday and Friday, for the first time in two years, according to official.

On Friday, 1,456 tests were done around the state. The most recent recovery rate is at 98.89 percent.

Officials from the state health department said they stayed vigilant until midnight on Thursday, but no positive cases had been reported.

This is the first time the health department has seen zero cases since May 12, 2020. All eyes are now on the state’s 28 active cases, official added.

In the previous ten days, there were no positive cases in 20 of the 33 Assam districts.

On March 31, 2020, the first COVID-19 case was registered in the state in Silchar, and the total number of cases has since climbed to 7,24,170.

On Thursday, 1,713 samples were examined, bringing the total number of samples tested in the state to 2,83,29,629 so far.

The death toll from COVID-19 remained at 6,639 as no new fatalities were recorded throughout the day, but 1,347 COVID patients died of other causes, bringing the state’s death rate to 0.92 percent. So far, 4,35,66,020 people have been vaccinated in the state, with 2,34,20,554 being administered the first dose, 1,98,74,106 the second dose and 2,71,360 administered the precautionary dose.

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