Three confirmed COVID-19 patients were discharged from hospitals in Tedim and Hakha on Monday after their laboratory tests for the virus came back negative twice.
Two patients—cases 200 and 201 in Burma, respectively—were treated in Tedim hospital.
“They left the hospital today. They will have to stay in home quarantine,” Tedim hospital head Dr. Zaw Myint Naing said.
Dr. Mang Biek Kong, the head of Hakha public hospital, said that one COVID-19 patient—number 182—was scheduled to also leave hospital on Monday.
“He will have to stay in home quarantine in Thantlang Township,” the doctor told Khonumthung News.
Another patient, Number 232, is still in hospital in Hakha because he has tested negative only once. He is the last confirmed patient in a hospital in the state.
Chin State has seen 10 confirmed cases of COVID-19, with six previously discharged from hospital care, and three more released on Monday.
On June 29, Burma’s Ministry of Health and Sports had confirmed 299 cases of COVID-19, six deaths, and 218 recoveries in the country.