Jamwal is the sixth MLA, including two ministers in the 68-member Himachal Pradesh Assembly, who tested positive for COVID.
Himachal Pradesh CM Jai Ram Thakur in self-quarantine after his staff member tests COVID-19 positive
The Chief Minister's sample will soon be collected for testing of coronavirus along with samples of officials and mediapersons who came in contact with the affected person.
The total number of cases include 262 active cases, 898 recoveries and nine deaths, State Health Department informed.
Night curfew in Himachal Pradesh will remain in force till further orders, Chief Minister Jairam Thakur said on Tuesday.
The number of recoveries is 237, while 11 COVID-19 patients have migrated out of the hill state, Special Secretary (Health) Nipun Jindal said.
Sources said that out of them, seven people used to travel daily to Himachal Pradesh's Kala Amb in Sirmaur district to their respective units, from neighbouring Haryana, where they reside.
Nineteen patients were discharged on Sunday, Additional Chief Secretary R D Dhiman said, adding that now the state has 188 active cases.
'Himachal Pradesh is still better than other states,' the Chief Minister said and urged the returnees to follow quarantine norms whether they were being kept in any institution or at home.
The fresh cases are from Hamirpur and Kangra districts, Additional Chief Secretary (Health) R D Dhiman said.
"As per his preliminary report, he was suffering from novel coronavirus. Confirmatory report of his second test is being awaited," said Chief Medical Officer
The man who was already kept under home quarantine showed some symptoms for COVID-19 and his samples were taken for testing, Deputy Commissioner Rugved Thakur said.
The Chief Minister stated this during video conferencing from Shimla with deputy commissioners, superintendents of police and chief medical officers.
A patient from Jawali subdivision in Kangra district and another from Sihunta tehsil in Chamba district have recovered from the disease on Thursday.
All the three are residents of Uttar Pradesh and had tested positive for coronavirus on April 4.
The DSP said it was alleged in the complaint that Saini had circulated a 'fake news' that migrant labourers staying at Bharjwanu near Sundernagar were not being provided with ration.