A health worker in personal protective equipment (PPE) collects a nasal sample from a woman at a local health centre to conduct tests for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), amid the spread of the disease.
Jharkhand's COVID-19 caseload rose
to 46,480 on Friday as 1,618 more people tested positive for the infection, while six fresh fatalities pushed the state's coronavirus
death toll to 444, a health official said.
The fresh infections have taken the number of active COVID-19 cases in the state to 15,150, while 30,886 people have been cured of the disease so far, he said.
A total of 30,835 samples have been tested for COVID- 19 in the last 24 hours, the official added.
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