Former Assam chief minister Tarun Gogoi who is undergoing treatment at the Gauhati Medical College Hospital (GMCH) is expected to get discharged soon. The octogenarian politician has reportedly recovered to a great extent. Gogoi would probably get discharge from the hospital within three to four days.
It may be mentioned that Gogoi had tested COVID-19 positive on August 25. Gogoi who was busy meeting congress and other political party leaders was reportedly unwell for a few days. He and his wife Dolly Gogoi underwent COVID test after former minister Ajanta Neog tested COVID-19 positive on Tuesday. Gogoi had reportedly met Ajanta Neog a day before. After the tests, Tarun Gogoi tested COVID positive. However, his wife Dolly Gogoi tested negative. Though Gogoi was at home isolation initially, he was later shifted to the GMCH for better treatment.
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On September 1, there was a sudden fall in Gogoi’s oxygen saturation which came down to 88 percent. A team of doctors immediately gave him one unit of plasma. After the plasma therapy, Gogoi’s oxygen saturation has been maintained at 96- 97 percent.
A team of nine doctors including the head of GMCHs pulmonary medicine department head was constituted to monitor Gogoi’s health.
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