COVID19 positive

Tripura has registered 25 more COVID19 positive cases, taking the state’s overall tally to 647.

Confirming the news, Tripura chief minister Biplab Kumar Deb in a tweet at 9.49 pm on Thursday said a total of 875 samples were tested on Thursday, out of which 25 were found positive for COVID19.

The chief minister informed that all the infected patients have travel history.

“Alert ~ Today in Tripura 25 people found COVID-19 #POSITIVE out of 875 samples tested. All of them have travel history. Stay safe!” chief minister Deb said in the tweet.

In an earlier tweet at 7.22 pm on Thursday while sharing the COVID19 status of the 8 northeastern states, chief minister Deb said highest number of samples has been tested for COVID19 in Tripura among the states in the region.

“We are conducting maximum number of #COVID-19 tests in Tripura to keep everyone safe and secure,” Deb tweeted.

He also saluted the Corona warriors, who have been fighting to protect the state from COVID19 pandemic.

“I salute our #CoronaWarriors who are working tirelessly round the clock to make the State COVID-19 free,” Deb said.

“I am confident soon we shall overcome this pandemic,” he added.

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