Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa tweeted late Sunday night that he had tested positive for the novel coronavirus. In a concise post on Twitter, Mr Yediyurappa said that he was fine however had been hospitalized on the guidance of specialists. While his little girl Padmavathi has additionally tested positive for the infection, the Chief Minister’s child, Vijayendra, has tested negative.
The Chief Minister’s media group has said he has been admitted to Manipal Hospital. Mr Yediyurappa, 77, additionally mentioned the individuals who had interacted with him to be careful about Covid side effects and self-segregate.”I have tested positive for coronavirus. While I am fine, I am being hospitalized as a safeguard on proposal of specialists. I demand the individuals who have interacted with me as of late to be attentive and practice self-isolate,” the Chief Minister’s tweet read.
The testing of the Chief Minister was done as business as usual week by week tests he experiences alongside his staff. The aftereffects of Mr Yediyurappa’s shooters and safety faculty, around 50 of them, are normal today.Staff individuals at Mr Yediyurappa’s home office, Krishna, had tried positive early a month ago.Around then Mr Yediyurappa stated: “I am going to release my obligations from home from today for the following barely any days taking into account a portion of the staff in the workplace cum-residence Krishna testing positive”.
Mr Yediyurappa had additionally met Karnataka Governor Vajubhai Vala in Bengaluru on Friday. State Home Minister Basavaraj Bommai was likewise present at the gathering.The Chief Minister is the subsequent prominent political pioneer to affirm testing positive for COVID-19 today; hours sooner Union Home Minister Amit Shah tweeted comparative news.
Mr Shah, 55, also said he was “fine” and that he had been hospitalized on the “guidance of specialists”.T=to “please disengage yourself and complete your tests”.The Home Minister was at a bureau meet a week ago, at which top associates, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh and Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman were available.