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Nagaland to issue revised SOP for returnees

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DIMAPUR, Nov 5 - The Nagaland Government will soon issue a revised SOP for returnees and travellers entering the State.

This was decided in a meeting of the High Powered Committee on COVID-19, held under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio, in Kohima today.

The committee reviewed the COVID-19 management and lockdown measures in the State.

Meanwhile, 57 fresh positive cases � 28 in Kohima, 26 in Dimapur, one each in Mon, Mokokchung and Peren � were recorded today. The total number of positive cases in the State now stands at 9,264, Principal Secretary (Home) Abhijit Sinha said.

Out of the 9,264 positive cases, 8,078 people have already recovered so far, with the active cases being 1,055. There have been 39 virus deaths in the State.

As per severity of symptoms, 999 active cases are asymptomatic, 36 mild, eight moderate and on oxygen, seven severe and on oxygen, two critical and three are on ventilator support.

Of the total virus tally, 3,995 are from the armed forces/police, 1,666 are returnees, 3,151 are traced contacts and 452 are frontline workers, Sinha said.

He added that 63,550 samples have been sent for testing through RT-PCR and the results of 62,238 samples have been received. A total of 34,038 samples have been sent for testing on TrueNat and the results of 34,028 samples have been received. As many as 4,268 samples have been put to rapid antigen tests, Sinha added.

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Nagaland to issue revised SOP for returnees

DIMAPUR, Nov 5 - The Nagaland Government will soon issue a revised SOP for returnees and travellers entering the State.

This was decided in a meeting of the High Powered Committee on COVID-19, held under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio, in Kohima today.

The committee reviewed the COVID-19 management and lockdown measures in the State.

Meanwhile, 57 fresh positive cases � 28 in Kohima, 26 in Dimapur, one each in Mon, Mokokchung and Peren � were recorded today. The total number of positive cases in the State now stands at 9,264, Principal Secretary (Home) Abhijit Sinha said.

Out of the 9,264 positive cases, 8,078 people have already recovered so far, with the active cases being 1,055. There have been 39 virus deaths in the State.

As per severity of symptoms, 999 active cases are asymptomatic, 36 mild, eight moderate and on oxygen, seven severe and on oxygen, two critical and three are on ventilator support.

Of the total virus tally, 3,995 are from the armed forces/police, 1,666 are returnees, 3,151 are traced contacts and 452 are frontline workers, Sinha said.

He added that 63,550 samples have been sent for testing through RT-PCR and the results of 62,238 samples have been received. A total of 34,038 samples have been sent for testing on TrueNat and the results of 34,028 samples have been received. As many as 4,268 samples have been put to rapid antigen tests, Sinha added.

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