Meghalaya CM tested negative for Covid-19

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Shillong, June 28:  Meghalaya Chief Minister  Conrad Sangma on Sunday  tested negative for Covid-19, a statement from the Chief Minister’s Office (CMO) said on Sunday.

“He has been under home quarantine for the past four days after his return from Manipur and New Delhi,” the statement reads.

The first test on the chief minister for COVID-19 was conducted on June 22 and the second test on June 28 as a matter of protocol and both the outcomes were negative.
“As a precautionary measure, the Chief Minister will be under home quarantine for few more days. This was the second RT-PCR test conducted on the chief minister within this week,” the CMO statement said.

“It is to be informed that the team of officials and police, who accompanied the Chief Minister to Guwahati were also tested negative and they are also under home quarantine,” the statement added.