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Second COVID-19 patient of Tripura discharged from hospital

By Correspondent

AGARTALA, April 25 - Tripura�s second COVID-19 patient, a jawan of the 3rd battalion of the Tripura State Rifles (TSR) hailing from Meerut in Uttar Pradesh, was given a warm send-off by the doctors, nurses and paramedical staff of the GB Pant Hospital here today.

For the overworked and tense doctors and nurses, this was a joyous occasion as they clapped all the way when the jawan left the institutional quarantine ward and strode towards an ambulance waiting to take him back to his barracks in Kanchanpur subdivision of north Tripura.

He will be quarantined for 14 more days at a place close to his barracks under the supervision of a doctor.

�He has fully recovered, but another round of quarantine at home or at the place of posting is an additional precaution. The State�s first COVID-19 patient, a middle-aged woman from Udaipur, was discharged from hospital last Monday,� an official said.

In a Facebook post, Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb termed it as a happy moment. �The 2nd and last COVID-19 patient of Tripura has got released from hospital, where all the healthcare staff gave him a round of applause while he was leaving for another round of quarantine,� he said.

�I thank all the frontline warriors for making our State Corona free. The fight is not over yet. I urge everyone to follow the Government guidelines,� he added.

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Second COVID-19 patient of Tripura discharged from hospital

AGARTALA, April 25 - Tripura�s second COVID-19 patient, a jawan of the 3rd battalion of the Tripura State Rifles (TSR) hailing from Meerut in Uttar Pradesh, was given a warm send-off by the doctors, nurses and paramedical staff of the GB Pant Hospital here today.

For the overworked and tense doctors and nurses, this was a joyous occasion as they clapped all the way when the jawan left the institutional quarantine ward and strode towards an ambulance waiting to take him back to his barracks in Kanchanpur subdivision of north Tripura.

He will be quarantined for 14 more days at a place close to his barracks under the supervision of a doctor.

�He has fully recovered, but another round of quarantine at home or at the place of posting is an additional precaution. The State�s first COVID-19 patient, a middle-aged woman from Udaipur, was discharged from hospital last Monday,� an official said.

In a Facebook post, Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb termed it as a happy moment. �The 2nd and last COVID-19 patient of Tripura has got released from hospital, where all the healthcare staff gave him a round of applause while he was leaving for another round of quarantine,� he said.

�I thank all the frontline warriors for making our State Corona free. The fight is not over yet. I urge everyone to follow the Government guidelines,� he added.