The 22-year-old woman from Mizoram, who first tested positive for COVID-19 at Mizoram House in Mumbai have recovered.
She was discharged from a hospital, an official of state health department said on Thursday.
State nodal officer of Integrated Disease Surveillance Programme (IDSP) and epidemiologist Dr Pachuau Lalmalsawma said the patient was discharged from St George hospital, where she was undergoing treatment, after she tested negative for the virus on Wednesday.
He said the patient has been put under home quarantine at Army Red Shield hostel of the Salvation Army Church in Mumbai for 14 days.
The patient arrived in Mumbai in early February with her husband and was previously undergoing cancer treatment at TATA Memorial Hospital in the city.
She tested positive for COVID-19 on April 13 and was admitted at St George hospital.
According to Pachuau, the patient has been declared recovered after she tested negative twice on Monday and Tuesday.
As of now, six people from Mizoram and a local staff of Mizoram house in Mumbai are currently undergoing treatment for novel coronavirus.
The six patients from Mizoram included four cancer patients and two attendants.
On April 18, three of the inmates of Mizoram house, who were living in the same dormitory with the first woman patient, had tested positive for Covid-19.
Again on Tuesday, four people in Mizoram house including a sweeper of the house had tested positive for the deadly virus.
While five of them are undergoing treatment at a hospital, two others are being quarantined at a designated facility as they were asymptomatic, according to health officials.
They said that the patients are out of danger.
So far, Mizoram has reported only one case with a 50-year-old man, who tested positive on March 25.
According to Pachuau, the patient is undergoing treatment at Zoram Medical College (ZMC) near Aizawl and he is recovering steadily.
Meanwhile, the State Government has begun sanitization of vehicles carrying essential commodities at Bairabi on the Mizoram-Assam border by spraying disinfectants, an official said.
He said that the government had earlier decided that all essential commodities carrying vehicles would be sanitized before entering the state.
Entry point to Mizoram is opened at Vairengte and Bairabi on the state border with Assam, where only vehicles carrying essential commodities are allowed.
Officials said that sanitization facility will also be started at Vairengte very soon.