As per his physician NS Bisht, infection has been detected in Rawat's chest. The Uttarakhand Chief minister had tested positive for COVID-19 on December 18.
Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat, who tested Covid-19 positive earlier this month, is being shifted to AIIMS, Delhi from Doon Hospital in Dehradun, Chief Minister’s office informed on Monday. As per his physician NS Bisht, infection has been detected in Rawat’s chest.
On Sunday evening, Rawat developed mild fever after which he was taken for a check-up to the GDMC where doctors decided to admit him. Rawat is under the observation of a team of doctors, according to PTI. The chief minister had tested positive for coronavirus on December 18 after which he had isolated himself at home. His wife and daughter had also tested positive.