Stalin hospitalised after testing positive for COVID-19
Chennai, July 14, 2022
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, M. K. Stalin, who had tested positive for Covid-19 on Tuesday, has been admitted to the Kauvery Hospital in Chennai for further investigations.
In a medical bulletin, the hosptial said that the Chief Minister is stable and various checks are being conducted.
The Chief Minister had in a Twitter post on Tuesday said that he was feeling mild fatigue and on checking found that he was Covid-19- positive. Stalin advised the people to stay safe and wear masks, keep safe distancing and regularly sanitise and wash hands.
Stalin also called upon the people to vaccinate themselves to prevent COVID-19 infection.