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Union Home Minister Amit Shah today announced that he has tested negative for novel coronavirus infection. Shah said in a tweet that post results, he would stay in home isolation on the advice of doctors.

Shah also thanked the doctors and staff of Medanta Hospital who treated him against the highly contagious disease.

"I also thank all the doctors and paramedical staff of Medanta Hospital who have helped me in fighting Corona infection and who have been treating me," the union minster tweeted.

Shah had tested positive for coronavirus on 2 August and was admitted to the Medanta Hospital in Gurugram.

“After having symptoms of coronavirus, I got myself tested and my report is positive. I am feeling well, but on the advice of doctors, I am getting admitted to the hospital," Shah tweeted.

“Those who came in touch with me in the last few days, I request them to isolate and get themselves checked," he added.

He likewise spoke to individuals who have interacted with him over the most recent couple of days to detach themselves and get tried. 

Shah, a nearby associate to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, heads a service that has been at the cutting edge of dealing with the pestilence.

In May, there were rumours about Shah testing positive for covid-19 but the minister took to Twitter to scotch the reports that were doing the rounds on social media.

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