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Randeep Guleria-led AIIMS team likely to visit Medanta to oversee Amit Shah's Covid-19 treatment

IndiaTimes Sunday, 2 August 2020
A team of doctors led by AIIMS Director Dr Randeep Guleria is likely to visit Medanta hospital in Gurugram, where Union home minister Amit Shah has been admitted for Covid-19 treatment, sources at AIIMS confirmed to ANI. The team is likely to oversee Shah's line of treatment at the hospital and advice doctors there accordingly, sources added.
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