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After complaining nausea, LG’s daughter admitted in GMC

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Jammu: The daughter Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha was admitted to Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of the Government Medical College (GMC) Jammu after she complained of nausea.

As per the reports,  Anubhuti Sharma, daughter of Sinha was examined by a joint team of doctors from Medicines, Cardiology and Neurology Departments of the GMC Jammu after which she was advised admission in the GMC Jammu.

She is under observation in the ICU, doctors said, adding her tests are normal. However, some tests will be repeated tomorrow.

Anubhuti had taken her second dose of COVID vaccine yesterday. Doctors, however, said her problems have nothing to do with the vaccine.

Sinha visited the ICU in GMC Jammu to inquire condition of her daughter

 

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