Doctors on Sunday advised Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh two-day rest. Chief Minister Singh underwent some routine medical tests at the PGIMER Hospital here on Sunday as a follow-up on the viral illness he had suffered last week.
According to an official statement, doctors at the PGIMER said that all the tests were normal and the Chief Minister was found to be suffering from slight weakness as a result of the earlier bout of viral fever.
"All parameters were found to be normal in the tests conducted on him, said the doctors. The Chief Minister has been advised rest at home for 48 hours, said the doctors," the statement further stated.
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