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With COVID-19 Malaria stamped its mark: Bordering subdivision reeling under fear and anxiety

Ambassa(Tripura), May 28 (UNI) Along with the five fresh infections of COVID-19 in remote hamlets five cases of Malaria positive patients virtually took the bordering subdivision of Gandacharra in its grip in the northern Tripura district of Dhalai here.
Last night the state registered ten fresh cases of COVID-19 infection spiking the tally to 242 as the Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb declared in his twitter handle. And amidst those ten from be remained from the hilly hamlet of Ramnagar village in the bordering subdivision of Gandacharra. As the matter revealed the inhabitants got under a massive jolt as it were. The panic already showed its colour in the subdivision last month when two BSF jawans from Kareena BOP were found positive.
And now infection was traced in civilians. The subdivision which was crippling back to normalcy shut to the standstill again. One inhabitant from the subdivisional town of Gandacharra identified as Rabidhan Chakma remarked, "We are just gathering hope of normalcy when the fresh infections are like a bolt from the blue to us". And the administration also got into an acute agony. In the meanwhile, four cases of Malaria positive patients were reported from remote bordering hamlets of Dhanuram Para, Kuup Chara, Tarini Riang Para and Wansa Para. All the patients were taken to subdivisional hospital and kept under treatment. One health services official on the condition of anonymity remarked, "We are already in an endless fight against COVID-19. And now Malaria adds to the furry. We are just turned speechless".
The subdivision got into the acute concern and fear as to where the situation could lead them.
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