In Arunachal Pradesh, ninety more persons tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the tally of infected people with the virus to 63,814, according to a senior Health Department official.
The death toll in the state has risen to 293 as another individual died to the infection. According to State Surveillance Officer Dr Lobsang Jampa, a 68-year-old man from the Capital Complex Region died on Tuesday at a health institution here of Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome with Covid Pneumonia.
The Capital Complex Region reported 28 new cases, 11 from East Siang, seven each from West Kameng and Tawang, six each from Lower Subansiri and Namsai, and three each from Changlang, Lower Dibang Valley, and Anjaw district.
According to the official, there are currently 1,131 ongoing COVID-19 cases in the state. According to the SSO, 62,390 people have recovered from the disease so far, including 212 on Wednesday.
Several COVID-19 limits in Sikkim have been lifted since the situation with COVID-19 has improved significantly. The new guidelines came into effect on Friday. Inter-state travel is now permitted without a negative RT-PCR report, according to the new regulations.
Moreover, the odd-even vehicle movement scheme, as well as the ban on pillion riding on two-wheelers, have been eliminated. COVID-19 standards have also been used to allow markets, stores, and business organisations to operate. Meanwhile, all state government offices are required to operate with 100% attendance. Moreover, there will be no restrictions for social, political, religious, or sporting events.