Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will undergo coronavirus test after he complained of sore throat and mild fever. Kejriwal will take a test for COVID-19 Tuesday morning. The Delhi chief minister has a history of diabetes and is reportedly on insulin and other medications. Kejriwal is now under self-isolation on doctor's advice. He had complained of sore throat and mild fever on Sunday afternoon.
"Arvind Kejriwal was complaining of fever and sore throat since yesterday, after which he isolated himself at his residence. He will undergo COVID-19 test Tuesday. He is also diabetic," senior AAP leader Sanjay Singh said.
Kejriwal has been pro-active in leading Delhi's fight against coronavirus. Yesterday, Kejriwal carried out a press conference to update the media about the coronavirus situation in Delhi. He informed about the opening of malls and religious places in the national capital from June 8 (today).
He has also taken the decision in the last few days to reserve Delhi government hospital beds for the citizens of Delhi except for those hospitals which carry out speciality surgeries.
Coronavirus cases in Delhi have surged past 27,000 while the death toll has surged to 761.