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Third COVID-19 death in Arunachal

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ITANAGAR, July 14 - Arunachal Pradesh on Monday recorded its third COVID-19 casualty as a 32-year-old patient with comorbidity died at the Tomo Riba Institute of Health and Medical Sciences (TRIHMS) Hospital in Naharlagun, Health Department officials said today.

�The patient with acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) has died of COVID-19 infection with diabetes mellitus,� State Surveillance Officer (IDSP) Dr Lobsang Jampa said.

A resident of E-Sector, Naharlagun, the deceased, who was a shopkeeper, was admitted to the TRIHMS on July 9. He is the first locally infected and death case. Meanwhile, all 14 family members of his family have been found infected and are lodged at the COVID Care Centre at Lekhi, sources said.

On Monday, Arunachal Pradesh registered 27 fresh cases of COVID-19, including 22 in the Itanagar Capital Complex, taking its tally of confirmed cases to 387. Two cases each were reported from East Kameng and Namsai districts and one from Changlang on the same day, a bulletin issued by the Health Department late last night stated.

Ten positive cases of the Itanagar Capital Complex are ITBP personnel, who are returnees from Assam. They had tested positive at a quarantine facility. Eight positive cases were detected outside the quarantine facilities in the Naharlagun area, including three from A-Sector, and one each from Model Village, Prem Nagar, E-Sector, D-Sector and Polo Colony. Four positive cases are healthcare workers � two each from the TRIHMS and the Directorate of Health Services.

Four cases from the Itanagar Capital Complex are mildly symptomatic and the rest are asymptomatic. They have been shifted to the COVID Care Centre.

While the positive case of Changlang is a returnee from Assam, the cases of Namsai are returnees from Tamil Nadu and Uttar Pradesh, and those of East Kameng are returnees from Bihar and Meghalaya. All are asymptomatic and were detected in quarantine facilities.

Meanwhile, seven positive cases, including three from Changlang, two from Tirap, and one each from Namsai and West Siang, have been released as they tested negative in two consecutive tests as per the SOP. They have been advised a strict 14-day home quarantine.

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Third COVID-19 death in Arunachal

ITANAGAR, July 14 - Arunachal Pradesh on Monday recorded its third COVID-19 casualty as a 32-year-old patient with comorbidity died at the Tomo Riba Institute of Health and Medical Sciences (TRIHMS) Hospital in Naharlagun, Health Department officials said today.

�The patient with acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) has died of COVID-19 infection with diabetes mellitus,� State Surveillance Officer (IDSP) Dr Lobsang Jampa said.

A resident of E-Sector, Naharlagun, the deceased, who was a shopkeeper, was admitted to the TRIHMS on July 9. He is the first locally infected and death case. Meanwhile, all 14 family members of his family have been found infected and are lodged at the COVID Care Centre at Lekhi, sources said.

On Monday, Arunachal Pradesh registered 27 fresh cases of COVID-19, including 22 in the Itanagar Capital Complex, taking its tally of confirmed cases to 387. Two cases each were reported from East Kameng and Namsai districts and one from Changlang on the same day, a bulletin issued by the Health Department late last night stated.

Ten positive cases of the Itanagar Capital Complex are ITBP personnel, who are returnees from Assam. They had tested positive at a quarantine facility. Eight positive cases were detected outside the quarantine facilities in the Naharlagun area, including three from A-Sector, and one each from Model Village, Prem Nagar, E-Sector, D-Sector and Polo Colony. Four positive cases are healthcare workers � two each from the TRIHMS and the Directorate of Health Services.

Four cases from the Itanagar Capital Complex are mildly symptomatic and the rest are asymptomatic. They have been shifted to the COVID Care Centre.

While the positive case of Changlang is a returnee from Assam, the cases of Namsai are returnees from Tamil Nadu and Uttar Pradesh, and those of East Kameng are returnees from Bihar and Meghalaya. All are asymptomatic and were detected in quarantine facilities.

Meanwhile, seven positive cases, including three from Changlang, two from Tirap, and one each from Namsai and West Siang, have been released as they tested negative in two consecutive tests as per the SOP. They have been advised a strict 14-day home quarantine.

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