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After visit to Covid Care Centre, Tripura BJP legislator asked to stay in quarantine for two weeks

Agartala: Tripura’s West district administration authorities have served an order asking a Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) legislator to be quarantined for 2 weeks from Monday as a result of he had paid an unauthorised go to to a coronavirus illness (Covid-19) Care Centre and put himself at excessive threat of contracting SARS-CoV-2, which causes the illness, as he uncovered himself to the sufferers there.

Sudip Roy Barman, the BJP lawmaker and former state well being minister, visited the Covid-19 Care Centre arrange at Bhagat Singh Youth hostel in West district on Sunday carrying private protecting tools (PPE).

However inside a couple of hours, Dr. Sandeep Namdeo Mahatme, district Justice of the Peace (DM), West district, served him a discover asking him to stay in an institutional quarantine for seven days and adopted by house quarantine for one more seven days.

In reply to the discover, Roy Barman alleged {that a} conspiracy was hatched to malign him. He mentioned he visited the centre after taking all precautionary measures and to get a way in regards to the alleged infrastructure inadequacy on the emergency healthcare facility.

He mentioned he watched a video on social media, the place a pregnant Covid-19 affected person could possibly be seen and heard complaining of lack of medical doctors’ go to to the centre.

Later, talking to the reporters on Monday, he mentioned that he wouldn’t go for quarantine till he’s discovered to have contracted the viral an infection.

Earlier on July 28, the state authorities had issued a discover, stating that house quarantine is permissible in case of gentle or asymptomatic Covid-19 sufferers.

Tripura has reported 5,392 Covid-19 instances, of whom 3,605 sufferers have recovered from their viral an infection.

So far, 24 individuals have died because of the viral an infection and two Covid-19 sufferers died by suicide.