Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, August 28
Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh has determined to go on a seven-day self quarantine, as per authorities protocol and the advise of his medical doctors. ‘
This comes after two MLAs who met him within the Vidhan Sabha examined optimistic for COVID-19.
Punjab chief minister @capt_amarinder has determined to enter 7-day self quarantine, as per authorities protocol and the advise of his medical doctors, after two MLAs who met him within the Vidhan Sabha examined optimistic for #COVID19.
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Kulbir Singh Zira and Nirmal Singh Shutrana, each representing the ruling occasion, attended the session on Friday and had been later examined optimistic for coronavirus.
While Shutrana had not interacted a lot with different members within the House and had left inside 15 minutes of the beginning of the Session, Zira was seen among the many MLAs and was additionally in shut neighborhood of the Chief Minister.
Panic gripped all 55 MLAs and Ministers, in addition to the workers of the Vidhan Sabha, after the studies of the 2 MLAs testing optimistic unfold.
Health Minister Balbir Singh Sidhu stated they had been on the job, tracing all those that had interacted with these two MLAs, each inside and outdoors the House.