Six new COVID-19 cases push Mizoram's tally to 4,405

Mizoram on Friday reported sixnew cases of COVID-19, including four students, pushing thecoronavirus caseload to 4,405, an official said.

Of the six fresh cases, four were reported fromLawngtlai district and one case each from Aizawl and Champhaidistricts, he said.

The four students were diagnosed with COVID-19 duringa mandatory test before entering hostels, he said.


Mizoram now has 23 active COVID-19 cases, while 4,372people have recovered from the disease.

The COVID-19 death toll in the state is 10.

The state has tested 2,24,471 samples for COVID-19till date, including 1,023 on Thursday.

The COVID-19 recovery rate in the state is 99.25 percent, while the infection rate is 1.97 per cent.

Meanwhile, state immunisation officer Dr Lalzawmi said13,731 people, including 2,396 frontline workers have beenadministered the first dose of COVID-19 vaccine.

She said that 1,384 healthcare workers have alsoreceived the second dose of the vaccine till Thursday.

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