Coronavirus at Tamil Nadu: Chennai stays hotspot, amount of new Covid-19 instances drops in western districts | Coimbatore News


CHENNAI: Tamil Nadu listed 4,549 new Covid-19 instances on Thursday, taking the entire number of infected individuals to 1,56,369. The Covid toll at the country reached two,236 with 69 deaths at the past 24 hours.
At least 5,106 patients have been discharged at the past 24 hours. With these, the entire amount of individuals discharged attained 1,07,416.
Chennai continued to stay a hotspot with 1,157 instances and 23 deaths). City’s neighbor Tiruvallur enrolled 526 cases and seven deaths on Thursday. Even though Chengalpet reported 179 cases and four deaths, Kancheepuram recovered 67 cases and three deaths.
Tiruvannamalai reported 212 instances, Villupuram enrolled 105 instances while Vellore and Ranipet logged 253 and 145 cases, respectively.
The southern area reported 1,256 instances and 14 deaths — Madurai 267 cases and five deaths; Dindigul 126 instances, Kanyakumari 146 instances, Ramanathapuram 90 instances and Sivaganga 83 cases.
The western region of the nation needed a reprieve on Thursday together with the amount of new cases falling, following a steady rise for the previous 3 days. The joint count of new cases from all of the eight districts in the west has been just 279, substantially lower compared to single day tally of Madurai and Kancheepuram.
Salem reported that the greatest of 70 new situations, followed closely by Coimbatore that has 52 cases and the Nilgiris 44 fresh instances. Erode reported eight cases.
Currently the western districts have a total of 5,784 cases, of which 3,009 are busy.
Though instances in Coimbatore and Salem continued to rise, the amount of active instances appeared to be stable since the sparks were high. But, four deaths were advised on Thursday, one each from Coimbatore and Krishnagiri along with the rest from Salem.


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