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COVID positive Manish Sisodia shifted to Max Hospital in Saket after being diagnosed with dengue

DNA Thursday, 24 September 2020
Hospital sources also said his blood platelet count was also dropping. Earlier in the evening, Sisodia was put on oxygen support, and remained under constant observation, a senior doctor of the LNJP Hospital in the national capital said.
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