Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal has tested negative for COVID-19, an official said on Tuesday.
The official said that the 51-year-old AAP supremo underwent the test for the novel coronavirus on Tuesday morning.
"The chief minister has tested negative for COVID-19," the official said.
Asked whether he would undergo a test again after some days, the official said, "There is no need for it."
Kejriwal had gone into self-quarantine on Sunday after he developed a sore throat and fever.
The fever has subsided and he is now feeling well, the official said.