Coronavirus positive Manish Sisodia diagnosed with dengue in Delhi
New Delhi : Delhi's Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia has been diagnosed with dengue, days after he was hospitalized for the treatment of coronavirus in the national capital.
His office issued an official statement on his health and also mentioned that his blood platelets are dropping significantly.
Mr Sisodia was admitted to the state-run LNJP hospital on Wednesday after he complained of breathlessness and fever. He is now being shifted to Max Hospital, Saket from LNJP Hospital, the office also said.
The Deputy Chief Minister is COVID-19 positive and was in home isolation since September 14, when he was tested positive for the coronavirus.
Meanwhile, the number of Covid-19 infections surged to 2,60,623 after registering 3,834 new Covid-19 cases in a day, as per the figures published by the state health department on Thursday. While 36 fresh fatalities took the death toll to 5,123.