Tamil Nadu COVID-19 cases steadily increase
Tamil Nadu reported 1,515 new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, including 18 returnees from other parts of the world. The total number of COVID-19 cases in the state reached 31,667.
This is the first time in three months since the first COVID-19 case in Tamil Nadu. The state government has released regional sample test data. As of June 7, according to information provided by the Indian Medical Research Council (ICMR), the state has tested 5,272,212 samples.
Chennai ranks among the top in the state with 1,21,950 samples tested. The second and third places were held by Coimbatore (Coimbatore) with 22,872 samples and Salem (Salem) with 22,751 samples. Chennai also reported the most cases of COVID-19-22,149. As of June 7, there were 10,982 active cases, or 10,954 cases, in Tamil Nadu.
So far, 16,999 people have been discharged from the state. As of June 7, there were 14,396 active COVID-19 patients in Tamil Nadu.
This area label is based on the address of the residence provided by the individual, and these numbers are based on input from the RT-PCR testing laboratory approved by ICMR. As far as the one-millionth test is concerned, although the state average is 6,420, Chennai still tops the list with 16,903. The figure for the entire country is 3,278.
On Sunday, eighteen people who died of the virus were declared dead, including three people between 44 and 50 years old without any coma. To date, the state has reported 269 deaths.
The youngest death reported on June 7 included a 20-year-old hypertensive woman from Vellore who died on Saturday morning. Although she was admitted to the government medical school and hospital in Vellore on May 31, she was not tested for COVID-19 until June 4. On June 6, her test returned to positive, so she succumbed to the same day. There were 269 people who died of COVID-19 in Tamil Nadu.