Covid-19: Siddaramaiah's fever subsides, Karnataka CM Yediyurappa 'comfortable'
Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa, who was recently hospitalised after testing positive for Covid-19, is asymptomatic and has been clinically stable.
Opposition leader Siddaramaiah, who is also undergoing treatment after testing positive for Covid-19, was also doing fine. While he was admitted with a fever, "presently he has no fever and his vital parameters are stable," a statement by Manipal Hospital said.
Yediyurappa and Siddaramaiah were admitted to the same hospital, within the span of 24 hours earlier this week.