COVID-19: Amit Shah Admitted To AIIMS In Delhi
Earlier on August 2, 2020, the Union Home Minister had tested positive for COVID-19 and was admitted to Gurugram’s Medanta Hospital after doctors’ advice.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah was admitted to All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Delhi on Monday night (August 18, 2020) for medical care after recovering from the Coronavirus disease last week, the premier institute said on Tuesday. “Amit Shah, Honourable Home Minister has been complaining of fatigue and body aches for last 3-4 days. He has tested negative for COVID-19. He has been admitted to AIIMS for post COVID care. He is comfortable and is continuing his work from the hospital,” said Dr Aarti Vij, Chairperson of AIIMS’ media and protocol division.
The Union Home Minister was discharged from Medanta Hospital in Gurugram on Friday (August 14) after testing negative for COVID-19. Shah had said then he will follow home isolation on the advice of doctors after confirming that he has tested negative for the Coronavirus disease. Shah had tweeted in Hindi, “Today my Corona test report has come negative. I thank God and at the moment my heartfelt gratitude to all those who blessed me and my family by wishing me well. Will stay in home isolation for a few days on the advice of doctors.”
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