Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani has tested negative for coronavirus on Sunday, a week after he tested positive for the same and was admitted to an Ahmedabad hospital, reported PTI. The 64-year-old has also been discharged from the hospital.
According to a statement issued by the Chief Minister's Office on Sunday, Rupani has "tested negative for COVID-19 in the RT-PCR test done today".
Notably, Rupani tested positive for the viral infection on February 15, a day after he collapsed on a stage during an election campaign for civic polls in Vadodara.
"My corona report is positive. I am in good health and being treated quickly. I urge those who have come in contact with me in the last few days to voluntarily undergo a covid test as part of precaution," he said in a Twitter post.
Since then, he was undergoing treatment at the UN Mehta Heart Hospital in the state capital Ahmedabad.