Home Minister Amit Shah re-admitted to Delhi’s AIIMS
On August 2, he had tested positive for COVID-19 and received treatment at Medanta Hospital in Gurugram. On August 14, he was discharged after testing negative.
New Delhi: Union Home Minister Amit Shah was admitted to Delhi’s AIIMS last night after complaining of breathing issues on Saturday.
Reports claimed that Shah has been experiencing breathing issues, following which he was taken to the hospital at around 11 PM. However, the hospital did not come on record to confirm this.
He is being kept in Cardio Neuro tower, a facility reserved for VVIPs. Shah is getting treatment under Dr Randeep Guleria, director of AIIMS. His condition is said to be stable now.
Earlier, Shah has been suffering from post-COVID ailments for a month now. He was discharged from AIIMS on August 31. He was previously admitted to AIIMS on August 18 after he suffered post-COVID ailments days after his recovery from COVID-19 disease which he contracted in early August.
“Just received the news about the ill-health of Union Home Minister Amit Shah. I pray to God for his good health,” Chouhan tweeted in Hindi. The Union Home Minister was previously admitted to AIIMS for post-COVID care after complaining of body aches and fatigue.
On August 2, Shah had tested positive for coronavirus and was admitted to Medanta Hospital and was discharged on August 14 after testing negative for COVID-19.