Tripura is ready to fight the third wave of COVID-19. 

This was stated by Tripura chief minister Biplab Deb. 

CM Biplab Deb said this while addressing the people of Tripura via a video message. 

“Currently, there are 3649 beds ready to treat COVID patients. More beds will be arranged soon,” Biplab Deb said. 

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Deb added that 22 oxygen plants are functional at present.  

Moreover, 1729 concentrators, 2263 cylinders, 2391 pulse oximeters and 193 ventilators are also available with the state. 

Deb also sought cooperation from the people of Tripura in the fight against third wave of COVID-19. 

“If symptoms are mild, patients should stay in home isolation but they must be in contact with doctors. If health condition deteriorates, patients need to take admission in hospitals,” Deb said. 

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Meanwhile, Tripura registered the highest single-day spike for the third consecutive day. 

As many as 783 new COVID-19 cases were logged in Tripura on Wednesday. 

The COVID-19 positivity rate in Tripura has also risen to 9.18 per cent. 


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