Meghalaya registered two new COVID-19 positive cases on Monday night.
This was informed by state chief minister Conrad Sangma through his official Twitter handle.
‘Two persons who came from UP to South West Garo Hills have tested positive. They are under quarrantine.
Total Cases 46
Total Active cases 8
They came in a private vehicle and under home quarrantine.’
The two persons have come back to the State recently from Uttar Pradesh.
They hail from South West Garo Hills.
They had come in a private vehicle and were presently under home quarantine.
With these, the total number of COVID-19 cases in the State has gone up to 46.
There are at present eight active cases.