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MLA Hebbalkar discharged from hosp, to be in home quarantine till May 5


Team Udayavani, Apr 26, 2021, 1:05 PM IST

Belagavi: MLA Lakshmi Hebbalkar, who was admitted to the KLE Hospital here after testing positive for COVID-19, has been discharged from the hospital on Monday.

Doctors have advised her to stay in home quarantine until May 5.

Hebbalkar had tested positive while campaigning during the Belgaum Lok Sabha by-election.

She has appealed to the general public not to come to meet her until May 5.

“18 people from my family and assistants tested positive for COVID-19. Some have been treated and cured at home while others were advised hospitalization 6 days ago,” she said.

“No one should take COVID-19 lightly. Everybody must stay safely at home and must come out only if it is inevitable following proper safety measures. Government must extend the lockdown for a few days otherwise it will become difficult to protect people,” she added.

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