Shillong: Meghalaya on Monday recorded 210 new COVID-19 cases, 152 less than the previous day’s figure, pushing the tally to 91,094, a health department official said.
The North-eastern state’s coronavirus death toll increased to 1,526 as four more patients died of the infection.
Health Services director Dr Aman War said the state now has 2,313 active cases.
East Khasi Hills district reported the highest number of fresh infections at 124, followed by 32 in West Garo Hills, 13 in South West Garo Hills and 12 in Ri Bhoi. Other districts reported new cases below 10.
War said 87,255 people have been cured of the disease so far, following Monday’s 246 recoveries.
The state has conducted more than 13.22 lakh sample tests for COVID-19 to date.
Till Sunday, 22.68 lakh people have been inoculated in the state, War said.
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