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Haryana News: Haryana Health Minister Anil Vij admitted to AIIMS after complaining of shortness of breath

Haryana News: Haryana Health and Home Minister Anil Vij was admitted to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Delhi late on Monday evening.

Haryana News: Haryana Health and Home Minister Anil Vij (Anil Vij) All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Delhi late on Monday evening (AIIMS) was admitted in. He was taken to AIIMS after complaining of shortness of breath. The minister complained of breathlessness after Kovid on Monday evening, after which he was taken to AIIMS Hospital in Delhi. He has been kept under the supervision of AIIMS Director Randeep Guleria. He is on oxygen support. His oxygen level dropped on Sunday, after which doctors advised him to take rest.Also Read – Big relief to the patients of AIIMS Delhi, the limit of getting many types of tests increased, can be free test up to Rs 500

Even before this, the Haryana Health Minister was admitted to PGI Chandigarh in August, when his oxygen level had dropped. Due to ill health, Anil Vij did not attend the monsoon session of the Haryana Legislative Assembly. The senior BJP leader got corona infected immediately after taking a dose during the trial of Bharat Biotech’s covaccine in December last year. He was admitted to a private hospital in Gurugram and was discharged after three weeks. Also Read – Haryana News: Sexual abuse of girl on the pretext of marriage, case registered against five people

He was offered to be the first volunteer in the Phase III trials of the covaccine developed by Bharat Biotech. He has been given both doses of vaccines. However, he has several times complained of post-Covid complications due to drop in oxygen levels and has been admitted to the hospital. Also Read – AIIMS INICET January 2021 Registration: Application process for AIIMS INICET 2021 will start from today, apply through this direct link

(Input: IANS)


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