As former Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh convalesces at a hospital after recovering from COVID-19, his household and supporters minimize a cake at his residence to rejoice his 87th birthday on Wednesday.
Mr Singh recovered from the illness on Monday and has been shifted from the Covid ward of the Indira Gandhi Medical College and Hospital (IGMC) to a particular ward.
Senior Medical Superintendent, IGMC, Dr Janak Raj stated Mr Singh’s well being is bettering. Mr Singh’s spouse Pratibha and son Vikramaditya celebrated his birthday at their residence, Holly Lodge, about 1 km from the IGMC, by slicing a cake with the veteran Congress chief’s supporters.
Mr Vikramaditya instructed reporters that the household would offer Rs 15,000 as monetary assist to the households of those that succumbed to COVID-19 in Arki and Shimla Rural meeting segments. He additionally flagged off three ambulances for the 2 segments from Holly Lodge.
While Mr Singh represents the Arki meeting section, his son represents Shimla Rural. Taking to Twitter, Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur wished Singh an extended and wholesome life.
Mr Singh has tested positive for COVID-19 twice in two months — April 12 and June 11. He was admitted to a hospital in Chandigarh after he examined optimistic for coronavirus the primary time. He returned house on April 30.
However, Mr Singh was admitted to the IGMC hours after reaching house as he complained of cardiac and respiratory issues. He has been present process therapy on the hospital ever since.
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