Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan was released from a private hospital in Bhopal today after recovering from a coronavirus infection, an official said.
Doctors advised Chouhan, who was in hospital for 11 days, to remain in home quarantine and monitor his health for a week, the official added.
Shivraj Singh Chouhan, 61, tested positive for the coronavirus on July 25.
He tweeted on Sunday that he had no symptoms of the infection and would be fired if he tested negative on the last test.
In a health bulletin released today, the Chirayu hospital where he was admitted said Mr. Chouhan had been “asymptomatic for 10 days”.
Doctors treating him found that all of his clinical parameters were within normal limits, he said.
“They (the doctors) advised discharge in accordance with the ICMR policy of May 8, 2020, that patients can be discharged after 10 days of onset of symptoms and without fever for three days. no need for testing before release, ”the bulletin told me.
Mr Chouhan, in a tweet, thanked the hospital staff and said there was no cause for fear, but people should be careful.
He urged people not to hide the symptoms of the coronavirus, to see a doctor and to follow the guidelines.
Lokendra Parashar, head of state media at BJP, said the chief minister was in good health.
Welcoming the news, Digvijaya Singh, senior congressman and member of Rajya Sabha, advised Chouhan to follow all isolation standards.
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