Highest Single Day Spike in COVID-19 Cases in Assam, Kamrup (M) Worst Affected
GUWAHATI: As on May 29, Assam saw the largest spike in COVID positive cases with the state recording 177 new cases in the last 24 hours.
With this rise in numbers, the state has 1057 coronavirus positive cases of which 925 are active.
Among all districts affected in the state, Kamrup Metropolitan happens to be the worst affected, with 313 cases of which 242 are active, as per data released by Government of Assam on its official COVID-19 advisory website.
According to the latest tweet by State Health Minister, Himanta Biswa Sarma made at 11:59 PM, May 29, 33 new cases of Coronavirus were identified of which 11 were from Golaghat, 11 from Biswanath Chariali, 9 from Udalguri and 2 were from Darrang.
Alert ~ 33 new cases of #COVID19+— Himanta Biswa Sarma (@himantabiswa) May 29, 2020
11 Golaghat, 11 Biswanath Chariali, 9 Udalguri, 2 Darrang
↗️Total cases 1057
↗️Active cases 925
Update 11:59 pm / May 29 / Day's total as of now 177#AssamCovidCount pic.twitter.com/jbowtjyZZj
All are from quarantine centres. There has been no community outbreak as yet.