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Former King Gyanendra Shah tests COVID-19 negative

Published Date : May 11, 2021
Former King Gyanendra Shah and Queen Komal Shah. (Photo courtesy: Trisara)

KATHMANDU: Former Queen Komal Shah, who is undergoing treatment for coronavirus infection, has been shifted to the general ward from ICU, said the Norvic International Hospital in Kathmandu.

She was admitted to the hospital 18 days ago and was treated with plasma therapy a few days later.

After her condition improved, she has been shifted from ICU to ward a few days ago and is undergoing treatment there. The amount of oxygen being given to her has been reduced recently. Her condition is improving daily and gradually, the hospital said.

Likewise, the COVID-19 report of former king Gyanendra Shah, who is undergoing treatment at Norvic Hospital, has also come negative, while the coronavirus report of former princess Prerna Shah has already come negative.

After the swab report came negative, the former King Shah, who was undergoing treatment in support of oxygen, has been stopped from giving oxygen.

Former King Shah and Queen Komal had visited Haridwar of India for the religious activities, including Kumbh Mela. The Kumbh Mela was later identified as super-spreader of the coronavirus in India.

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