Anil Vij in Medanta: Haryana: PGI Rohtak has not improved, Corona infected minister shifted to Medanta Hospital Anil Vij – Haryana Minister

Highlights:

  • Haryana Health Minister Anil Vij’s condition deteriorated, referred from PGI
  • Now, Minister Anil Vij has been shifted to Medanta Hospital in Gurugram under health supervision
  • Earlier, Vij had said that he was only being treated at a government hospital, but doctors referred him after his condition deteriorated.

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After Haryana Health Minister Anil Vij Corona became infected, his condition has now become more critical. Vij is undergoing treatment at PGI Rohtak. He has been referred to Medanta Hospital in Gurugram for treatment after being infected with coronavirus. Vij is the health minister of the Haryana government and had earlier been vaccinated against corona. In the past, Vij had only talked about getting treatment at a government hospital. However, as her lung infection worsened, she was admitted to Medanta Medicity for treatment.

Vij was first admitted to the Civil Hospital in Ambala where he was diagnosed with a lung infection. Doctors and her family members later advised her to go to Medanta Hospital in Gurgaon. But Vij clarified that he has full faith in the government machinery and doctors and will be treated at PGI Rohtak. He was later shifted from Civil Hospital Ambala to PGI Rohtak.

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A special team was formed for monitoringAfter being involved in corona vaccine testing, it was decided to give plasma therapy to PGI Rohtak to Green Health Minister Anil Vij, who is suffering from corona infection. He was given special ward no. 2 in was kept under the care of doctors. Doctors at the institute were constantly monitoring him. A special team was also formed for the treatment. However, amidst all the arrangements, Vij’s lungs became infected, so it was decided to move to Medanta Hospital in a hurry.

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