Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has been unwell since Sunday afternoon. He had symptoms that speculated that he might be infected with the coronavirus.
Soon after feeling unwell, feverish, and a sore throat he had canceled all his official engagements and had gone into self-quarantine until he was tested for COVID.
He was tested for COVID-19 on Tuesday morning and huis reports came in the evening. Reportedly Delhi Chief Minister has tested negative for Coronavirus on Tuesday. This was a day after he went into self-isolation ar his home.
He had been feeling feverish and throat pain as per his party official’s statements.
Delhi Chief Minister, 51 in age, had been feeling unwell since Sunday afternoon and he hasn’t met anyone since then to avoid any contact and has been following all the precautionary measures.
There was a greater concern for his reports and tests as he is diabetic also.
Kejriwal had met his cabinet members on Sunday morning and also with other senior officials. After that, he also addressed a digital press conference where he announced a new policy of reserving hospital beds for residents of Delhi. Although this decision was soon scrapped by the Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal.