IMPHAL: Manipur's second COVID-19 patient has tested negative for coronavirus on Saturday, said the director of of Regional Institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS), Prof Ahanthem Santa Singh.
Singh told PTI that he 65-year-old patient, who is undergoing treatment at RIMS tested negative for COVID-19 in the third test.
In the earlier two tests he had tested positive.
The second COVID-19 patient was admitted in RIMS Hospital on March 31.
The COVID-19 Common Control Room (CCCR) of Manipur government in a press release said the patient will be discharged if the next test result is negative.
The second COVID-19 patient had attended the Tablighi Jamaat event in New Delhi.
Manipur has two COVID-19 cases and the first patient has been discharged from hospital as she had recovered from coronavirus.