Dimapur, July 1: Nagaland is seeing a drastic fall in the recovery rate of COVID-19 cases with 36.32% recovery rate reported on July 1. The recovery rate in India is 59.43%.
On July 1, out of the total 501 COVID-19 cases in the State, the number of active cases was 319 and 182 recovered cases.
A week back, Nagaland was reporting over 50% recovery rate.
Within Nagaland, Dimapur District is recording the highest recovery rate at 78.38%, followed far behind by Kohima District at 21.67%. Tuensang District has 20% recovery rate while Peren District is recording 5% recovery rate.
In Dimapur District, out of a total of 185 COVID-19 cases reported so far, 145 have recovered with 40 active cases as on Wednesday.
In fact in Dimapur District, the Dimapur District Hospital is doing exceptionally well in treating COVID-19 cases recording a 96.09% recovery rate. Out of 128 cases admitted in the hospital, 123 have so far recovered.
The Dimapur CCC is recording 14.28% recovery rate and AR Hospital Dimapur 46.51%.
In Kohima, the recovery rate at NHAK is 24.07%; Chedema – 56.52% and Jakhama Army Hospital – 0%.
Peren COVID Hospital is recording 22.22% recovery rate, while Peren CCC Jalukie is yet to report any recovery. As on July 1, Peren CCC Jalukie has the highest number of active cases with 93 admitted in the COVID Care Centre.
Mon with 38 cases, Zunheboto (3 cases), Mokokchung (1 case) and Phek (9 cases) districts are yet to report any recoveries.
The districts of Wokha, Kiphire and Longleng have no COIVD-19 cases so far.
As per the distribution of cases by domicile districts, out of the 501 cases reported so far in Nagaland, 86 cases are from Dimapur; Kohima – 48; Mokokchung – 1; Phek – 10; Zunheboto – 5; Tuensang – 30; Mon – 63; Wokha – 10; Kiphire – 4; Longleng – 2; Peren – 196 and others – 46.
(Page News Service)