Tripura is ready to face COVID-19's third wave. Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Deb mentioned this. This was said by Chief Minister Biplab Deb in a video greeting to the people of Tripura.
"At the moment, 3649 beds are available to treat COVID patients. Biplab Deb stated, "More beds will be arranged soon." Deb further stated that 22 oxygen plants are now operational. In fact, the state has 1729 concentrators, 2263 cylinders, 2391 pulse oximeters, and 193 ventilators. Deb also sought the help of the people of Tripura in the fight against COVID-19's third wave.
"Patients should stay in home isolation if their symptoms are minor, but they must keep in contact with their doctors." Patients must be admitted to hospitals if their health deteriorate," Deb said. Tripura, on the other hand, saw the biggest single-day spike for the third day in a row. On Wednesday, 783 new COVID-19 cases were reported in Tripura. Tripura's COVID-19 positivity rate has also increased to 9.18 percent.