NE states perform poorest in Covid-19 recovery rate. The eight northeastern states score the worst in terms of Covid patient recovery. Despite the fact that the country’s recovery rate has been steadily increasing and reached 95.43 percent on Monday.
According to Covid-19 data released by the Union Health and Family Welfare Ministry on Monday. Mizoram has the lowest recovery rate in the country, at 76.46 percent, followed by Sikkim at 79.18 percent, Nagaland at 83.27 percent, Manipur at 84.14 percent, Meghalaya at 87.22 percent, Assam at 90.14 percent, Tripura at 90.24 percent, and Arunachal Pradesh at 90.31 percent.
However, four northeastern states — Mizoram, with a mortality rate of 0.44 percent, Arunachal Pradesh, with a fatality rate of 0.46 percent, Assam, with a fatality rate of 0.86 percent, and Tripura, with a fatality rate of 1.05 percent — outperform the national average of 1.27 percent. Sikkim (1.53 percent), Manipur (1.63 percent), Meghalaya (1.75 percent), and Nagaland (1.92 percent) all have a higher mortality rate.
With the Covid outbreak continuing unabated. The majority of northeastern states have extended the corona curfew and imposed a variety of other restrictions, including the closure of markets, most shops, and educational institutions, the prohibition of gatherings, and the restriction of office operations to those with fewer than ten employees.
Assam’s Health Department is prepared to expand the Covid-19 immunization program with 2,000 teams as soon as the Centre distributes vaccine doses. According to Health Minister Keshab Mahanta, each of these teams has a daily aim of 200 vaccination doses. Assam has 4,63,175 cases and 3,994 fatalities as of Monday night. On Monday night, the number of active Covid cases stood at 39,362.
Mass testing is still taking place in several districts of Manipur. To operate businesses in certain areas merchants should have the Covid-free certificate.
Health authorities in Sikkim said that case numbers had decreased significantly during the last week.