Only three districts in Tamil Nadu have recorded over 100 cases in the past 24 hours. As many as nine districts have less than ten cases each.
With 1,655 more persons testing positive on Sunday, the total number of cases in the State rose to 7,69,995. In the past 24 hours, 2,010 persons were discharged from various health facilities after treatment.
Chennai, followed by Coimbatore and Chengalpattu, recorded the most number of cases. In Chennai district, 489 fresh cases were identified, 575 persons were discharged and eight deaths were recorded.
The total number of patients discharged rose to 7,45,848. A total of 12, 542 persons are under treatment at healthcare facilities and home.
As many as 19 persons lost their life. Of them, 11 died at private hospitals and eight at government facilities. So far, 11,605 persons have died of the infection.
The total number of positive cases stands at 2,12,014, while 2,03,824 persons have been discharged. As many as 4,374 persons are undergoing treatment either at home or hospitals. So far, 3,816 persons have died in the district.
In nine districts, the number of persons who tested positive was in a single digit. Among those who lost their life in the past 24 hours, one person who had no chronic conditions died of the infection.