COVID-Positive Karnataka Chief Minister's Vital Parameters Stable: Hospital

BS Yediyurappa is engaged in work, hospital officers stated (File)

Bengaluru:

The important parameters of Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa, below therapy for COVID-19 at Manipal Hospitals, are steady, sources within the facility stated on Saturday.

“The chief minister has been below therapy since his admission to Manipal Hospitals. At current, his important parameters are steady. He’s being intently monitored by a group of consultants,” director of the hospital Dr Manish Rai stated in an announcement.

The 77-year-old chief minister had, on the evening of August 2, stated he has examined optimistic for coronavirus and is being shifted to a hospital following medical doctors’ recommendation.

Officers have stated the chief minister is engaged in work, like signing information and holding evaluate conferences from the hospital.

Mr Yediyurappa has additionally condoled the dying of a Karnataka Administrative Service officer H Gangadharaiah as a consequence of a cardiac arrest whereas on COVID obligation.

“The chief minister has introduced Rs 25 lakh as compensation from the Chief Minister’s Aid Fund and a authorities job for a member of the family of Mr Gangadharaiah and instructed that his final rites be carried out with full state honours,” the Chief Minister’s Workplace stated in a tweet.

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