TN Coronavirus Status Latest Update
Around 1,286 new cases found inside the Tamil Nadu on June 3 hiking the total CoVid number to 25,872 positive cases till date.

Tamil Nadu state control room never fails to update the daily report of the novel CoronaVirus. According to the latest update of Directorate of Public Health and Preventive Medicine Health and Family Welfare Department, Government of Tamil Nadu as per 8 a.m today, 1,286 new cases found inside the state yesterday hiking the total CoVid number to 25,872 positive cases till date.

CoronaVirus has become one of the unforgettable pandemics of 2020. Hitting almost all parts of the world, novel CoVid sunken infinite lives within a fraction of time. However, countries are in a high laboratory process to detect medication for deadly contagion. Till then, isolation and screening are the two effective medical processes to be carried out.

Also, from the continuous testing of samples and persons without a break, the number of persons tested positive as of 8 a.m today counted 1244 within Tamil Nadu.

Amidst the CoVid list hikes to 1286 on the same day from the testing of Passengers returned from other countries by international airport tested positive today both in entry and exit tests UAE-2 and 13 in Dubai.

Also, passengers returned from other states by Domestic airports tested positive today Gujarat – 3 and Karnataka – 1. Adding up the count, passengers returned from other states by Road, and Train tested positive today counting state wise as Delhi – 5, Karnataka – 2, and Maharashtra – 16.

From the 25,000 cases in Tamil Nadu, Chennai tops all the districts of the State with total case number counting 17,598 cases. Overall, 11 people died in Tamil Nadu due to the novel CoronaVirus, which increased the total mortality rate to 208 now.

However, the testing of samples and persons continues regularly with 73 labs in which 29 labs tested by private and the rest belong to the government.

Apart from the State, India counts 1,00,000 and above CoVid cases till now with equal discharge rates as per the Health Ministry of India.