Uttarakhand CM Trivendra Singh Rawat to be transferred to AIIMS Delhi
Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat, who tested positive for coronavirus on December 18 and was admitted to Doon Hospital in Dehradun after developing a mild fever on Sunday evening, will be transferred to the Institute of Medical Sciences of the India (AIIMS) in Delhi, Prime Minister’s Office. said. According to her doctor, Dr. NS Bisht, she has found a chest infection.
Dr Anurag Agarwal, Covid-19 Nodal Officer at Doon Hospital, said Sunday that there is no reason to be concerned as Rawat’s health status is being continuously monitored.
The CM had been in home isolation after testing positive for Covid-19 on December 18. Also in September, he had isolated himself after his special service officer (OSD) tested positive for Covid-19. In early August 26, he had gone home in isolation after three of his employees tested positive for Covid-19. Also on June 1, Rawat and two of his cabinet ministers had decided to self-quarantine after Cabinet Minister Satpal Maharaj tested positive for the virus.
Meanwhile, Uttarakhand has so far reported 89,218 positive Covid-19 cases and more than 1,400 deaths. The Dehradun district has so far reported the maximum number of Covid-19 cases (26,806).