Lucknow: Kalyan Singh, former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister suffering from coronavirus, is ‘stable’. An official of the hospital treating him gave this information on Tuesday. Director of Sanjay Gandhi Institute of Age Medical Sciences (SSPI), Dr. RK Dhiman told today that Kalyan Singh has symptoms of the disease but his condition is stable. ‘
Kalyan Singh (88), a former Uttar Pradesh chief minister and the state governor, was found to have split-19 symptoms on Monday. Singh has been admitted to the SSPI in Lucknow on Monday evening. He is being treated under the supervision of senior doctors. Singh’s grandson and Uttar Pradesh Minister of State for Technical and Medical Education Sandeep Singh had informed about this by tweeting on Monday.
Bandipuri director R.K. Dhiman said that the former Chief Minister was admitted at around 6 pm on Monday evening after being separated from Covid-19.
He said that Singh had fever, dry cough and difficulty in breathing for the last two days. His condition is stable and his blood oxygen level is 97 percent. He is placed in the ICU for close monitoring after a blood test and a chest thread scan.
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