Shillong, June 1: Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma, on Monday, revealed that another returnee has tested positive for COVID-19. The patient had returned to the state from Uttarakhand.
Taking to twitter, he wrote “Another resident of Meghalaya who returned from Uttarakhand has tested Positive for COVID19. Person is under quarrantine in South West Garo Hills District. Total positive cases 28 and total active cases 15.”
Deputy Chief Minister Prestone Tynsong added that the patient was already quarantined in the corona care centre in South West Garo Hills before her results were declared.
Meghalaya has reported 28 COVID-19 patients till date — out of which 12 have recovered, one person succumbed to the virus and 15 active cases. All the current active cases are of persons who have returned from other states.