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Manipur�s 1st COVID-19 patient tests negative again

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IMPHAL, April 28 - Manipur�s first COVID-19 patient, who was discharged from hospital two weeks back, has tested negative for the fourth time. With this, the patient is said to be free from surveillance as per protocol, official sources said.

On Monday, three samples, including one belonging to the first COVID-19 patient, were tested at the Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Medical Sciences (JNIMS) Hospital and all the samples were found negative, the sources pointed out.

The first COVID-19 patient had tested positive on March 24. The 23-year-old woman who had returned from the UK, underwent treatment at the JNIMS Hospital and was discharged from there on April 12. Subsequently, she stayed at home quarantine for 14 days.

Even though the patient has tested negative for the fourth time, she has been advised to use masks and follow social distancing norms, the sources said.

On the other hand, the State�s second COVID-19 patient is currently under surveillance after being discharged from the Regional Institute of Medical Sciences Hospital after recovery on April 21. The 53-year-old male patient who had attended a religious conference in New Delhi in March, had tested positive on April 2.

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Manipur�s 1st COVID-19 patient tests negative again

IMPHAL, April 28 - Manipur�s first COVID-19 patient, who was discharged from hospital two weeks back, has tested negative for the fourth time. With this, the patient is said to be free from surveillance as per protocol, official sources said.

On Monday, three samples, including one belonging to the first COVID-19 patient, were tested at the Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Medical Sciences (JNIMS) Hospital and all the samples were found negative, the sources pointed out.

The first COVID-19 patient had tested positive on March 24. The 23-year-old woman who had returned from the UK, underwent treatment at the JNIMS Hospital and was discharged from there on April 12. Subsequently, she stayed at home quarantine for 14 days.

Even though the patient has tested negative for the fourth time, she has been advised to use masks and follow social distancing norms, the sources said.

On the other hand, the State�s second COVID-19 patient is currently under surveillance after being discharged from the Regional Institute of Medical Sciences Hospital after recovery on April 21. The 53-year-old male patient who had attended a religious conference in New Delhi in March, had tested positive on April 2.

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— Dalai Lama(THIS IS STATIC)