Former Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi is responding well to his treatment and his condition is improving, according to the officials at the Guwahati Medical College Hospital.
“Now he is out of danger. However, we will keep him under observation for the next 24 hours. He spoke to his son (MP Gaurav Gogoi),” said Abhijit Sarma, Superintendent of Guwahati Medical College Hospital on Tuesday morning in regards to the health of former Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi.
The ex-CM of the State was admitted on Sunday night after he had complained of chest pain and breathing issues. The 86-year-old politician was put on ventilator support.
“He has improved a lot. I feel he is better than yesterday. He is hemodynamically stable. Technically speaking—at present, he is out of danger,” Dr. Sarma added while speaking to media persons today. He even added that Non-invasive ventilation (NIV) was also removed from Gogoi.
The ex-CM had tested positive for COVID-19 on August 25 and subsequently admitted to GMCH. He was released after two months of hospitalisation on October 25.
Congress veteran Gogoi is a three-term chief minister of Assam from 2001-2016.
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