Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal unwell with fever and sore throat, to undergo coronavirus test
Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal is unwell with mild fever and has been advised self-isolation by doctors.
New Delhi: Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal is unwell and will undergo a coronavirus test. Kejriwal has been experiencing fever since Sunday along with a sore throat.
Arvind Kejriwal complaining of fever and sore throat has raised concerns of coronavirus infection. Kejriwal will now undergo tests to check if he has contracted the coronavirus.
The Delhi CM has cancelled all his meetings since Sunday afternoon and has also isolated himself, said sources.
According to TV reports, Kejriwal is likely to undergo COVID-19 test on Tuesday morning.
The Delhi chief minister has a medical history of diabetes and cough.
Kejriwal was last seen on Sunday evening during an online media briefing. Kejriwal on Sunday announced the Delhi government's decision to make all Delhi government and private hospitals exclusive for residents of Delhi during the coronavirus crisis.
Delhi has recorded a total of 28,936 coronavirus cases while 812 people have died so far.