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Altaf Hussain ‘rapidly’ recovering from coronavirus, MQM London says

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  • MQM-London says Altaf Hussain is “rapidly recovering” from coronavirus.
  • The MQM chief contracted coronavirus 10 days in the past at his Edgware residence.
  • Altaf Hussain has an extended historical past of illnesses as a result of weight problems and an unhealthy life-style.

LONDON: The Muttahida Qaumi Motion (MQM) London has mentioned that the social gathering’s founder and chief Altaf Husain is “rapidly” recovering from the coronavirus after spending a number of days on the ventilator on the Barnet Hospital.

Hussain was rushed to the hospital after his state of affairs deteriorated at his Edgware residence – almost 10 days after first growing extreme COVID-19 signs.

The Central Coordination Committee of the MQM London mentioned in a press release right here on Tuesday night that “thanks to the grace of God and the prayers of the workers and the people, the health of founder leader Mr Altaf Hussain is rapidly improving”.

The assertion issued by Mustafa Azizabadi mentioned: “Mr Altaf Hussain underwent various medical examinations at a local hospital in London on Tuesday 2nd February. His reports are much better than before and thanks to the prayers of the workers and the people, Mr Altaf Hussain’s condition is rapidly improving.”

The assertion added that Altaf Hussain was sick for some days as a result of which he was admitted to an area hospital in London for therapy on the recommendation of medical doctors however “now he is recovering well”.

Round two weeks in the past MQM-London mentioned in a press release that Hussain was taking a while off politics as a result of sickness however the social gathering didn’t point out the kind of sickness. Geo Information obtained the affirmation on Monday that Hussain was getting therapy for COVID-19 and was within the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of the hospital within the coronavirus ward.

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