Four more persons recovered from COVID-19 in Meghalaya, taking the number of recovered patients' tally to 32.
This was informed to the media by state health minister A L Hek on Thursday.
With the recovery of these four patients, the state now has 10 active cases.
The last COVID-19 positive case in the state was detected on June 10.
"Four more persons have recovered in Meghalaya," said Hek on Thursday while addressing the media.
Hek further informed that one of the recovered people is from South West Garo Hills, one from West Jaintia Hills and two from East Khasi Hills district.
"These four patients tested negative twice and are declared recovered in the past 24 hours," Hek further said.
Adding further the Meghalaya health minister further said that the total number of persons who have recovered from COVID-19 is 32.
"With the recoveries recorded in the past 24 hours, the recovery rate of Meghalaya has surged to almost over 72 per cent," Hek informed.
"Thus, the recovery rate of Meghalaya is way above the national recovery rate," he further added.
Out of 11 districts in Meghalaya, East Garo Hills, East Jaintia Hills and South West Khasi Hills have not reported a single COVID-19 case so far.
The state so far has reported 43 COVID-19 positive cases and one person has succumbed to the infection till date.
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