Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin, being treated for COVID-19 is recovering well and he has been advised rest for a few more days, the hospital treating him said today.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to Mr Stalin over the phone and enquired about his well-being.
The Chief Minister who tested positive for coronavirus on July 12, was on Thursday admitted to Kauvery Hospital in Chennai for investigations and observation.
In a bulletin, the hospital said: “The investigations have been completed and medications have been provided as per Covid treatment protocol. The Chief Minister is recovering well and is in good health. He has been advised rest for a few more days.”
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Modi had a telephonic interaction with the Chief Minister and enquired about his health, a state government release said.
“The Chief Minister told the Prime Minister he was recovering well,” it added.
After Mr Stalin tested positive for the virus, Tamil Nadu Governor RN Ravi and leaders had wished him a speedy recovery.
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