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Tripura Reported Record 7 Covid19 Deaths On Thursday.

Tripura is on the verge of breaking the death record after breaking the corona infection statistics record. The number of deaths is increasing by leaps and bounds. Seven people have died in the last 24 hours as on Thursday in the state due to the third wave of Covid infection. Toll now stands on 852. 

1185 people have been tests positive during this time. Among them 438 people are from West Tripura district, 41 people from Sepahijla district, 144 people from Gomati district, 46 people from Khowai district, 150 people from South district, 128 people from Dhalai district, 131 people from Unakoti district and 108 people from North Tripura district. Number of sample tested are 8709 during last 24 hours.

The current infection rate in the state is 13.61 percent in Tripura. The number of active patients is 7619. Most patients are in home isolation. The number of patients in the hospital is slowly increasing. 

The administration has issued stricter guidelines to curb the spread of the virus. The new guidelines are imposed from Thursday. Night curfew has been imposed from 8 pm to 5 am. Because of the winter season, picnics are held in the alleys of the city and cricket badminton is played at nigh.

The liquor party and gambling become jam-packed with people in the market stalls of the city. Therefore, the administration has been strict to prevent the infection by issuing night curfew since evening as well as shopping malls, cinema halls, multiplexes also brought under restrictions. 

The administration has ordered to clos the amusement park. Meanwhile, the picnic spots has been asked to be closed. As the infection spreading among mass in AMC area, guidelines have been issued to conduct work with 50 percent staff in government offices of Agartala Municipal Corporation areas. 

As per the guidelines, the attendance of employees in the offices of AMC area on Thursday was much less. It remains to be seen how the government will be able to stem the tide of infection by issuing new guidelines.

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