Congress leader Rahul Gandhi tests positive for coronavirus

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi tests positive for coronavirus

Coronavirus News: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has tested positive for the coronavirus, the politician informed on Tuesday.

Rahul Gandhi took to Twitter to confirm the news that he has tested positive for coronavirus.

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Coronavirus News: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has tested positive for the coronavirus, the politician informed on Tuesday. 

He tweeted: “After experiencing mild symptoms, I’ve just tested positive for COVID. All those who’ve been in contact with me recently, please follow all safety protocols and stay safe.”

Earlier, Rahul had cancelled all his public rallies in poll-bound West Bengal amid the escalating coronavirus situation in the country.

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Coronavirus News: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has tested positive for the coronavirus, the politician informed on Tuesday. 

Even as he had condemned the Centre’s covid-19 vaccination policy wherein all aged 18 and above can get themselves vaccinated from May 1. He termed it ‘discriminatory’ as it leaves no guarantee for weaker sections of the eligible population.

He had tweeted: “No free vaccines for 18-45 yr olds; Middlemen brought in without price controls; No vaccine guarantee for weaker sections; GOI’s Vaccine Discrimination – Not Distribution- Strategy!”

Coronavirus News: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has tested positive for the coronavirus, the politician informed on Tuesday. 

On Monday, the former Prime Minister and senior Congress leader Dr Manmohan Singh wes tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

“Dear Dr. Manmohan Singh Ji, Wishing you a speedy recovery. India needs your guidance and advice in this difficult time,” RaGa tweeted.

Meanwhile, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has isolated himself after his wife Sunita Kejriwal tested positive for COVID-19.

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