Coronavirus: Flattening Of Curve?………. 971 active cases remain


 Total cases 10,665 

Active cases- 971 

Recovered- 9,594 

Deaths- 100 


Meghalaya seems to have bent the curve in all key Covid 19 parameters including active cases, deaths, and positivity rates. In the past few weeks, the growth rate of the infection slowed and many graphs flattened in the state. 

76 more persons have recovered from COVID-19 even as 35 new cases were detected on Sunday.

Director of Health Services (MI) Dr. Aman War said those recovered from the viral infection include 23 from Ri Bhoi district, 19 East Khasi Hills district, 12 East Jaintia Hills district, 10 West Jaintia Hills district, 6 West Garo Hills district, 3 East Garo Hills district, 2 South West Garo Hills district and 1 West Khasi Hills district.  

He said the 35 new cases include 26 from East Khasi Hills district, 4 West Garo Hills district, 2 South West Garo Hills district, 2 West Khasi Hills district and 1 North Garo Hills district.

The state has detected a total of 10,665 COVID-19 out of which 971 are active cases, 9,594 recovered and 100 deaths.

Two deaths are from West Garo Hills and they have migrated to Assam keeping the death toll to 100. 

Of the total active cases, East Khasi Hills has 298 positive cases that include 4 armed forces and paramilitary forces and 294 civilians, Ri Bhoi 292, West Garo Hills 95, East Garo Hills 95, West Jaintia Hills 55, East Jaintia Hills 37, South Garo Hills 34, West Khasi Hills 30, South West Garo Hills 23, North Garo Hills 11 and South West Khasi Hills 1. EOM