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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.

Sangma wrote:

‘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.

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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.

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