Delhi Chief Minister (Mr. Arvind Kejriwal) in self-quarantine, going to be tested tomorrow


Recently, it has been found that the Chief Minister of Delhi, Mr. Arvind Kejriwal has developed a fever and sore throat. This started happening on Sunday and can be the symptoms of COVID disease. Ergo, this is news given by the person of his party only, he said that Arvind Kejriwal is in self-quarantine because of fever and sore throat whereas, on Tuesday, he is going to be tested. In simple words, the COVID test of Arvind Kejriwal is going to be done on Tuesday.

The officials have also said that this van is a simple fever or sore throat but according to the reports, Arvind Kejriwal consulted the doctor. The doctor referred him to cancel all the plans and not to go to the office for a few days. Moreover, he told Arvind Kejriwal to go under self-quarantine as these symptoms can be of the COVID virus. After that he asked him to take the test as well that’s the test day of his is fixed on Tuesday that is June 9th, 2020. Therefore, the AAP leader, Arvind Kejriwal was last seen on Sunday in an online media briefing but after that, he has undergone quarantine.

Probing further, Delhi has recorded around 28,936 cases of COVID whereas 812 have died because of this problem. National capital region (Delhi, NCR) is constantly getting reported with 800 to 1000 COVID cases on daily basis and now the CM of Delhi is also facing some COVID symptoms, that’s why he is in self-quarantine. Ergo, we would like to say that “May the CM of Delhi, NCR recover soon”. #Stay Home #Stay Safe.

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