Though the precise origin of SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus that causes this deadly pandemic called COVID-19 is not yet established, the virus spilled over into humans, from a wild animal, most likely from a bat, through an intermediate host, most probably a pangolin or another animal.
Tourism Minister O Lukhoi made the announcement while briefing media persons during the inspection of renovation works taken up in five different temples of the state on Thursday.
“N Ibomcha, a resident of Kakching Wairi Senapati Leikai was hospitalised on November 8 at a private hospital. He tested positive for COVID-19 and died on the same day. However, his name was not included in the government’s list of those who died of COVID-19,” SYT said in a release.
"We will begin our quarantine and recovery process immediately. We will get through this together," Trump tweeted.
Nemcha Kipgen exhorted the people to be responsible individually by following the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).
The district administration on Monday withdrew relaxation hours and complete lockdown was enforced throughout the town for the whole day.
Till July 24, 2020, 6.30 pm, as per state government press release, there are 62,015 state natives who have returned home.
Twenty-nine people tested positive for COVID-19 in the state on Thursday.
The dawn of the new normal in the post-COVID-19 phase will definitely have an adverse impact on the nature of skill development.
Lockdowns, quarantines and border closures in the wake of the pandemic have led to reductions in air pollution through decreased travel and production.
The collection of test samples of the entire police personnel of Jiribam police station has been completed but the police station is still under containment zone.
Meanwhile, 11 persons were confirmed COVID-19 positive in Manipur the last 24 hours since Friday.
Speaking to the media at his residence in Thangmeiband, Imphal, Joykisan expressed concern that Manipur is likely to enter the stage of community spread very soon considering the sharp increase in number of COVID-19 cases.
Many people were concerned about people released on home quarantine but later on found positive, and rightly so as if such persons are super spreaders, they could have spread to quite a few others, especially if the quarantine regime is not strictly followed.
According to official sources, the young girl from Thangmeiband returned to the state amid the lockdown with her parents on June 22 from New Delhi.
With this update, Mizoram reported 164 cases of COVID-19 since the State had reported the first case of the disease on March 24.
Six community quarantine centres were declared as containment zones by the deputy commissioner due to detection of COVID 19 positive inmates on June 21 and 26 last.