Meghalaya CM Conrad Sangma tests negative for Covid-19 after Manipur and Delhi visit. The CM has been under home isolate for as far back as four days after his arrival from Delhi where he took disappointed National peoples’ party MLAs of Manipur from Imphal to meet Union Home Minister Amit Shah.
Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma, who headed out to Manipur and Delhi a week ago, tried negative for coronavirus disease, authorities said on Sunday. The chief minister has been under home isolate for as long as four days after his arrival from Delhi where he took disappointed National peoples’ party (NPP) MLAs of Manipur from Imphal to meet Association Home minister Amit Shah.
The primary test was led on Sangma, who is additionally the NPP president, on June 22 and the second one on Sunday, an authority at the CMO said. He had made an outing to Manipur capital Imphal on June 21 to meet the four-party MLAs, who changed faithfulness from the BJP-drove administering alliance to the Congress. He again went there on June 23, and headed out therefore to Delhi alongside them and returned on June 25.
As a careful step, the chief minister will be under home isolate for four additional prior days he continues office, the authority included. The CMO official said the group of authorities and police, who went with the Central Pastor to Guwahati were additionally tried negative and they are likewise under home isolate.
In the meantime, two BSF staff tried positive for coronavirus contamination on Sunday, taking the state’s COVID tally to 50. Health and Family Government assistance minister Alexander Laloo Hek said one of them came back from Haryana on June 26 and another is a driver occupied with shipping troopers from Assam to the BSFs Meghalaya Boondocks Central station here.
“Both the troopers are asymptomatic and are currently conceded at the disengagement ward of the composite BSF clinic,” he said. With these new two new positive cases, Meghalaya now has seven dynamic cases with one loss while 42 patients have recouped.