The coronavirus has that habit of not sparing anyone. Now, the chief minister (CM) of Gujarat has been home quarantined. CM Vijay Rupani will stay in isolation for the next 14 days. Gujarat government informed on Wednesday.
The decision was taken after the CM underwent a COVID-19 test on Wednesday. As per authorities, the test results were normal. The CM has been sent in quarantine as a precautionary measure. Notably came in contact with an MLA who later tested positive for COVID-19.
CM Rupani will now keep a tab on all government operations from home through video conferences.