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Manipur cases shoot up to 89

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IMPHAL, June 2 - With six new positive cases, the total number of COVID-19 patients in Manipur has risen to 89. The total active cases stand at 75, officials said today.

Meanwhile with three more recoveries today, altogether 14 patients have been discharged from hospitals as of today.

According to a press release, two persons (a woman aged 50 years and a man aged 26 years) were confirmed positive at the VRDLs of the Regional institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS) last night.

On the other hand, four women tested for COVID-19 today, another press release stated. Of them, a 36-year-old woman who had returned from Delhi, tested positive at the VRDL of the RIMS, while the three others aged 18, 21 and 22 years, who had returned from Pune and Delhi, tested positive at the VRDL of the JNIMS.

The new patients are being shifted to the COVID care facilities at the RIMS and the JNIMS, the release added.

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Manipur cases shoot up to 89

IMPHAL, June 2 - With six new positive cases, the total number of COVID-19 patients in Manipur has risen to 89. The total active cases stand at 75, officials said today.

Meanwhile with three more recoveries today, altogether 14 patients have been discharged from hospitals as of today.

According to a press release, two persons (a woman aged 50 years and a man aged 26 years) were confirmed positive at the VRDLs of the Regional institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS) last night.

On the other hand, four women tested for COVID-19 today, another press release stated. Of them, a 36-year-old woman who had returned from Delhi, tested positive at the VRDL of the RIMS, while the three others aged 18, 21 and 22 years, who had returned from Pune and Delhi, tested positive at the VRDL of the JNIMS.

The new patients are being shifted to the COVID care facilities at the RIMS and the JNIMS, the release added.

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