The DSO Ukhrul stated that COVID-19 positive cases in the district reached 1,214.
Manipur on Wednesday recorded 606 new COVID-19 positive cases and 10 deaths due to the illness
One of the family members told media at JNIMS morgue that the cause of death is suspicious and might be due to the vaccination.
Of the seven deaths, five persons had co-morbidities and only one of them were vaccinated with the first dose.
The team comprises of three doctors - senior regional director, RoHFW, Manipur Dr L Ashananda, deputy director, NCDC Dr Rameshwar, and consultant microbiologist and nodal officer for Manipur Dr Smita Singhal.
The MPCC stated in a joint meeting held in Imphal that the party wanted to know the motive of the curfew extension in the name of combating the pandemic.
Churachandpur, Tamenglong and Kangpokpi reported the highest daily COVID-19 positive cases among hill districts on Monday.
Churachandpur district has been performing well in the battle against the COVID-19 pandemic with a high vaccination count of 5,268 people till July 25 during the 10-day total curfew.
authorities need to come clean in its strategies whether it’s for accommodating Covid positive people from all walks of life or in the testing front.
The total number of COVID-19 confirmed cases rose to 55,230, while the death toll reached 881 on Sunday.
As the Manipur government takes the huge risk of procuring oxygen supply from other states in the fight against the pandemic, one big question that arises is - Did the N Biren Singh-led government miss the opportunity of getting oxygen plants and a dedicated COVID-19 hospital from the Japanese government?
The containment zones included areas at Haobam Marak Ngangom Leikai; Lalambung Takhellambam Leikai; Malom Tuliyaima Mayai Leikai and Lairenkabi Mamang Leikai among others.
District-level committee has been formed for contact tracing of COVID-19 positive person. At least 30 contacts of the infected person have to be traced for further preventive measure.
The Manipur government had mandated persons coming from outside the state to produce negative COVID-19 test reports taken 72 hours before arrival in Manipur.
The cumulative number of COVID-19 confirmed cases in the state reached 290,721, including 255 active cases.
A total sum of Rs 42,600 was collected from the violators as fine as per law
Nineteen new COVID-19 positive cases were reported in Manipur on Wednesday.
Eleven persons tested positive for COVID-19 in Manipur on Monday.
COVID-19 claimed one more life in Manipur on Thursday.
Minister in-charge of Kangpokpi and Senapati for COVID-19 Nemcha Kipgen urged the district machineries to take appropriate measures for timely prevention of community transmission in the district.