Kozhikode, Apr 9 (UNI) The health condition of Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has been reported stable.
This was annonced by a medical board specially constituted for taking care of the Chief Minister, after its first meeting held on Friday. The Health Minister K K Shylaja chaired the meeting held online earlier this morning.
The Chief Minister, who has been asymptomatic, was admitted to Kozhikode Medical College Hospital late on Thursday for expert medical care after he was contracted with Covid-19 on Thursday.
The Chief Minister had taken the first dose of Covid vaccination last month.
His daughter, son-in-law and grand child, who were also tested positive for the virus, are undergoing medical care at the medical college hospital.
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