Punjab Chief Minister (CM) Amarinder Singh underwent some routine medical tests at the Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) on Sunday as a follow-up to the viral illness he had suffered last week.
Doctors at PGIMER said the all the tests were clean and the CM was found to be suffering from slight weakness as a result of the earlier bout of viral fever. All parameters were found to be normal in the tests conducted on him, said the doctors. The CM has been advised rest at home for 48 hours, said the doctors.
Earlier on 28 November,) Amarinder was advised bed rest after he developed slight fever. The CM was taken to the PGIMER after he developed fever and complained of slight body ache.
The doctors conducted various tests, the reports of which were normal. The doctors had suspected that he’s suffering from “routine viral” and have advised him rest, besides medication.