Tripura registered 5 Covid19 deaths during last 24 hours as on Thursday evening. The state also reported 658 Covid19 positive cases during this time period. The positivity rate of the state on Thursday reported 4.42%. Total active cases stands 5,203 where total Covid19 Caseload is 57,452. Death toll stands on 593 where recovery rate is 89.90% as the official data. The Health Department conducted 14,873 samples test during last 24 hours as on Thursday evening where West Tripura District found highest 274 Covid19 positive cases. Unakoti, South, Khowai Districts reported respectively 76, 75 & 65 positive cases where Gomati, Sepahijala, North and Khowai Districts registered 49, 48, 36 & 35 Covid19 positive cases on Thursday. The Tripura government today extended the corona curfew in six urban local bodies of the state including the Agartala Municipal Corporation (AMC) till June 18. Law minister Ratan Lal Nath said the government also decided to relax restrictions in 14 other urban bodies. Corona curfew was first imposed on May 16 at Agartala municipality, is currently in force in all urban bodies along with night curfew in villages till Friday morning. Ratan Lal Nath said,”Day and night curfew would continue in six urban local bodies including Agartala Municipal Corporation, Kumarghat Municipal Council, Dharmanagar Municipal Council, Belonia Municipal Council along with Ranirbazaar and Sonamura Nagar panchayats from tomorrow till June 18.” The minister said restriction on inter-district movement was withdrawn and shops and markets would remain open in restricted areas from 6 am till 2 pm during this period. The decision was taken in the meeting of the council of ministers following reports from health experts and reports from the health department, which showed these urban bodies have a fresh positivity rate above 5%, according to news agency PTI. Beauty parlours, salons, malls, gymnasiums, movie halls would continue to remain closed and gatherings for political, educational, entertainment, religious, cultural or festival related events are not permitted, Nath said.