BJP national president JP Nadda tests COVID positive, goes into home isolation

In a tweet, Nadda said his health is fine and requested those who came into contact with him in the past few days to isolate themselves and get tested

Press Trust of India December 13, 2020 19:02:23 IST
BJP national president JP Nadda tests COVID positive, goes into home isolation

File image of BJP president JP Nadda. ANI

New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president JP Nadda has tested positive for the novel coronavirus and has gone into home isolation on the advice of doctors.

In a tweet, he said he had undergone a test after showing symptoms of COVID-19, and was found to be positive. "My condition is alright and I am following all instructions after going for home isolation on the advice of doctors. I request everyone who got in touch with me in the last few days to isolate themselves and undergo test," he said.

The BJP president had been maintaining an active schedule and had visited states such as Uttarakhand and West Bengal recently.

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