Complete lockdown in Manipur for 14 days from Thursday as coronavirus cases spike
New Delhi | Jagran News Desk: The northeastern state of Manipur is going to be under lockdown for the next 14 days starting from 2 pm on Thursday, news agency ANI reported.
Amid a spike in fresh coronavirus cases in the state, a lockdown of 14 days will be enforced in Manipur from Thursday. The state currently has a total of 631 active cases while as many as 1384 patients have recovered/cured of the deadly infection. While the tally of confirmed positive cases climbed 2015, Manipur has not reported any COVID-19 deaths.
According to the data on the health bulletin, The recovery rate in the northeastern state remains to be 68.68%.
Posted By: Simran Babbar