Monday, June 21, 2021

Meghalaya reports 24 deaths from COVID-19 complications in last 24 hours

n the last 24 hours, Meghalaya reported 24 deaths from COVID 19 complications; 13 from East Khasi Hills, six from West Jaintia Hills, two each from East Jaintia Hills and West Garo Hills and one from Ri Bhoi district. A statement from the Directorate of Health Services informed that the total number of COVID 19 fatalities in the State has reached 616.

The State also registered 711 recoveries tallying the total number of recovered cases to 29,578 while logging 532 fresh new cases in the last 24 hours. The number of active cases in Meghalaya has reached 6,403. So far 4,67,452 people have been vaccinated in the State.

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