Karnataka Deputy Chief
Minister C N Ashwath Narayan on Saturday stated he has examined positive for COVID-19.
“In anticipation of the upcoming Assembly periods, I underwent a #COVID19 check on Saturday and my outcomes have returned positive. I’m asymptomatic and shall be below residence isolation,” Narayan tweeted.
He has requested all those that have are available contact with him to take the mandatory precautions.
In the wake of the pandemic, Assembly Speaker Vishweshwar Hegde Kageri has made it necessary for all these attending it to endure RT-PCR check for COVID-19 an infection, 72 hours previous to the beginning of the monsoon session from September 21.
Narayan is the most recent within the record of Ministers in Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa’s cabinet who’ve examined positive for coronavirus.
Earlier this week, Home Minister Basavaraj Bommai and Food and Civil Supplies Minister K Gopalaiah had examined positive for COVID.
Prior to that, Yediyurappa and his Ministers together with B Sriramulu, C T Ravi, B C Patil, Anand Singh, Byrathi Basavaraj, Prabhu Chavan, A Shivaram Hebbar, K S Eshwarappa and Shashikala Jolle had examined positive and have now recovered.
[Attribution Business Standard]