Bengaluru: Former Chief Minister of Karnataka, Siddaramaiah was discharged from Manipal Hospital, on Thursday after his test results showed he was negative for coronavirus, on Wednesday.
Siddaramaiah was admitted to Manipal Hospital, here on August 4 after he developed symptoms of COVID-19, including fever.
“Shri Siddaramaiah has been under the supervision of our expert team of doctors and has responded very well to the treatment. We are delighted to state that he is being discharged this evening in accordance with the guidelines,” said Dr Sudarshan Balla, Chairman of Manipal Hospitals, in a statement.
Siddaramaiah thanked the doctor who treated him at The Manipal Hospital as he walked out of the hospital after treatment.
Siddaramaiah’s vitals were stable at the time of discharge and he was asymptomatic. He has been asked to remain in quarantine at home.
Earlier, on Monday, Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa was discharged from Manipal Hospital. Both leaders were admitted in the same hospital.
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