Tamil Nadu Coronavirus Today: COVID Rapidly Rises to 4058Sivaranjani Soundararaj (Author) Published Date : May 06, 2020 15:39 IST
CoronaVirus count in Tamilnadu rapidly rises to 4058, with an immediate increase of 508 affected people and 33 deaths. Sources assume that Koyambedu Market in Chennai has become Tamilnadu's Wuhan by initiating the community spread.
The prevalence of coronavirus in Tamil Nadu is increasing day by day. The coronavirus caught first yesterday in Krishnagiri, a district that is still unaffected with 2 CoVid infected people.
Health Department Statement on the CoronaVirus impacts in Tamil Nadu yesterday:
- 11,858 throat cold and blood samples tested in Tamil Nadu overnight. So far 1 lakh 74 thousand 961 throat mucus and blood samples have been sent for examination in Tamil Nadu. Of these, 1 million 70 thousand 174 specimens have been confirmed to have no corona effect. And the results of 596 models are yet to come. Of these, 9637 specimens have been re-tested for the 2nd time.
- 508 people have been infected with coronavirus overnight. As a result, the number of people infected with coronavirus in Tamil Nadu has increased to 4058. Of these, only 2537 are currently receiving treatment at the hospital in Tamil Nadu.
- A 60-year-old woman from Chennai who was infected with the coronavirus in Tamil Nadu and a 56-year-old man died yesterday. The death toll from CoVid-19 disease has risen to 33. In Chennai alone, 20 people have died. Meanwhile,21 children are also prone to the disease in a day and are under isolation treatment.
- Here is a district-wise list published by the Health Department of Tamil Nadu: Krishnagiri-2, Madurai-1, Namakkal-15, Nilgiris-4, Perambalur-1, Salem and Tenkasi-1 each, Theni-5, Tiruvallur-18, Tirunelveli and Tirupur- each 1, Villupuram-25 and one in Virudhunagar.
As of today, most of Cuddalore has been infected with viruses, following Chennai. The main reason for this is that they are all associated with the Koyambedu Market.
Lockdown Relaxation: In this case, the relaxation that domestic workers can go to work is withdrawn. Earlier, the government had said that they could get permission from the Chennai Commissioner or the concerned District Collector. The move is said to have taken place as the impact increased.