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    Tarun Gogoi discharged from GMCH; further treatment at his office residence

    The 85-year old Tarun Gogoi was admitted to the GMCH after he was tested positive for COVID-19 on August 26

    Guwahati: After being admitted for 60 days, former chief minister Tarun Gogoi was discharged from the Gauhati Medical College and Hospital (GMCH) on Sunday.

    Assam health minister Himanta Biswa Sarma shared the news via Twitter, he wrote, “Former Chief Minister of Assam Sri Tarun Gogoi has been discharged from Guwahati Medical College today after 60 days of hospitalization. His further treatment shall continue in his official residence under the supervision of the doctors from medical college. My best wishes.”

    The 85-year old Gogoi was admitted to the GMCH after he was tested positive for COVID-19 on August 26. Moreover, he was shifter to intensive care unit (ICU) on September 24, following a drop in his oxygen saturation level.

    Gogoi, who have served three terms as the chief minister of Assam, has been advised to stay home and his health will be under supervision of the doctors.

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