Guwahati: Youngsters highly infected; Chandmari-Rajgarh-Basistha continue to show spike in cases

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Assam on Tuesday reported 8072 cases breaking all the previous records. The daily positivity rate stood at 12.62 percent
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Guwahati: Youngsters highly infected; Chandmari-Rajgarh-Basistha
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Guwahati: Youngsters highly infected; Chandmari-Rajgarh-Basistha continue to show spike in cases

Guwahati: Young people found to be highly infected with the Covid19 outbreak in the capital city of Guwahati which has been recording a rocketing spike in fresh Covid19 cases daily. On Tuesday, some 1996 people were found to be infected with the virus in the city alone.

Highlighting the fact, the Superintendent of Gauhati Medical College and Hospital (GMCH) Abhijit Sarma said that most of the COVID-19 cases in Guwahati have been reported amongst people aged between 21-30 years.

He added that people aged between 51-60 years have consisted some 16.70 percent of the total Covid19 cases in the city too.

Also, around 14 percent people of the infected people were between the age group of 31-40 years.

The trend amongst the Covid19 patients also highlighted that city’s busy areas like Chandmari, Rajgarh, Basistha and Maligaon continued to show high numbers of cases.

He said that this time people aged between 21-30 years have mostly been infected with the virus. 19.72 percent of people from this category have been infected with the virus. The second highest infected persons are from the age category between 51-60 years with 16.70 percent while the people aged between 31-40 years have been infected with third highest number with 14.03 percent.

Assam on Tuesday reported 8072 cases breaking all the previous records. The daily positivity rate stood at 12.62 percent.

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