Aizawl, Apr 20: A 41-year-old man, who have been administered two doses of Covishield is among 91 new patients of COVID-19 detected in Mizoram during the last 24 hours.
The man, who returned from Delhi, had received first dose on March 3 and second dose on April 4, an official statement said.
The 91 new cases, detected from 2,038 samples tested on Monday, pushed the state's tally to 4,995.
While 76 cases were reported from Aizawl district, 10 cases were reported from Lawngtlai, three cases from Serchhip and one case each from Kolasib and Lunglei.
Mizoram now has 437 active cases while 4,546 people have recovered from the disease.
Week-long lockdown: Mizoram government late on Monday night announced a weeklong lockdown in all the district headquarters, including Aizawl, from 4:00am of April 20 till 4:00am of April 26.
The order issued on Monday midnight did not use the term 'lockdown', but it prohibited people from venturing out of their homes during the restriction period.
Shops selling essential commodities, eateries, vegetables, flowers, meat, construction materials and spare parts in the state capital and district headquarters are allowed to open based on the arrangement made by local level task forces, it said.
Besides, filling stations, motor workshops, cold storage and warehousing, data and call centre, carpentry workshop, steel fabrication workshop, bakery, tailoring shop, weaving shops and related shops are also allowed to be open with arrangement made by LLTFs, it said.