Coronavirus: Former Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah’s condition stable, hospital authorities confirm
Leader of Opposition in Karnataka Assembly, Siddaramaiah had suffered from high fever on August 4 and Karnataka health minister B Sriramulu had confirmed the same
The condition of Leader of Opposition in Karnataka assembly Siddaramaiah, who recently tested positive for COVID-19, is stable and he is comfortable at present, the hospital authorities said.
"Presently he has no fever and his vital parameters are stable. Appropriate treatment has started and he is being closely monitored by our experts. His symptoms have improved since admission and he is comfortable at present," Manipal Hospital said in a health bulletin.
Former Karnataka chief minister Siddaramaiah on August 4 had said that he tested positive for COVID-19 and admitted himself to a hospital.
"I have been tested positive for COVID-19 and also been admitted to the hospital on the advice of doctors as a precaution. I request all those who have come in contact with me to check out for symptoms and to quarantine themselves," he had tweeted.
Karnataka chief minister BS Yediyurappa who had also treated positive on August 2 is being treated at the same hospital but is asymptomatic and is responding to treatment well.