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Gujarat Deputy CM Nitin Patel recovers from COVID-19, discharged from hospital

Ahmedabad: Gujarat Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel on Sunday said he has recovered from COVID-19 infection and got discharged from a hospital here, where he was admitted over two weeks back.Patel, 64, was on April 24 admitted to Ahmedabad's U N Mehta Institute of Cardiology and Research Centre after testing positive for coronavirus."After 15 days of treatment at UN Mehta Hospital, I have been discharged today.

With the blessings of God and your best wishes, I am recovering fast," Patel, who is also the state Health Minister, said in a post on Twitter.He said he was thankful to people, doctors and staff members of the hospital for their "best wishes and affection"."I need more rest as per the advice of the doctors, and hence I request your

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RISHIKESH : Over 100 medical staff members at the All-India Institute of Medical Sciences here tested positive for COVID-19.A total of 110 doctors and nursing staff here tested positive for the infection, AIIMS PRO Harish Thapliyal said, adding that they were all vaccinated.Being in direct contact with COVID patients daily may have been the reason behind such a large number of them testing positive for the infection, he said.Chief Medical Superintendent of dedicated COVID hospital here, Vijayesh Bhardwaj, was also found infected with the infection. PTI CORR ALM RDK RDKNever miss a story! Stay connected and informed with Mint.

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