Union home minister Amit Shah has been admitted to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi, on Tuesday. Amit Shah was admitted after he complained of fatigue and body ache.
The AIIMS administration has clarified that he is comfortable and carrying on his work from the hospital.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah has been admitted to AIIMS here for post COVID care after complaining of fatigue and body ache, hospital authorities said on Tuesday.
“Home Minister Amit Shah has been complaining of fatigue and body aches for the last 3-4 days. He has tested negative for COVID-19. He has been admitted to AIIMS for post COVID care. Shah is comfortable and is continuing his work from hospital,” the statement said
Amit Shah tested COVID-19 negative on Aug 14
Amit Shah had announced that he had tested negative for coronavirus on August 14. He was undergoing treatment for coronavirus at Medanta Hospital.
Shah, 55, had also said that on the advice of doctors, he will be under home isolation for the next few days. He had thanked his well-wishers, as well as the doctors. He had clarified that on the advice of doctors, he will be under home isolation for a few days.
Amit Shah tested COVID-19 positive on Aug 2
Notably, Shah had tested positive for coronavirus on August 2. He had exhibited some symptoms of the virus after which his test was carried out. Eventually, the test result came positive.
Although his health condition was fine, the doctors advised him to get admitted to a hospital for treatment of COVID-19. As a result, Shah eventually got admitted to a Medanta Hospital where he was availing treatment for the virus.
In fact, many had questioned Shah’s decision to get admitted to a private hospital and not in a government hospital.
Apart from Shah, many other politicians including chief ministers were found infected with the coronavirus. These include Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and his Karnataka counterpart BS Yediyurappa.
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