PM Oli admitted at Grande Hospital for routine check-up

Kathmandu / Oct 30: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has been admitted to Tokha-based Grande International Hospital for a routine health check-up on Wednesday morning, according to his aides.

According to sources, Oli’s health treatment is currently underway at the Intensive Care Unit. Oli has been suffering from high fever for the past two days.

“The prime minister’s routine health check-up is currently underway,” informed Kundan Aryal, Oli’s press adviser. He added that the prime minister’s health condition is normal.

The hospital administration has said that it will make public the status of the prime minister’s health condition once the required treatment is carried out.

Prime Minister Oli had undergone a second round of health check-up in Singapore in August. Oli had undergone plasmapheresis treatment at National University Hospital in Singapore for 15 days

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