According to complaint filed with the hospital authorities, the patient was taken to the COVID facility in Sarsawa on September 15.
Meanwhile, two new COVID-19 positive cases were reported in Jaunpur district on Thursday.
However, the police did try to stop the Congress vice-president but the latter adamantly reached the clash-affected area to take stock of the situation.
Gaurav Yadava, a lawyer, who had filed a PIL in his personal capacity, mentioned the plea for an urgent hearing, saying that the situation in the areas was "critical" and needed judicial intervention.
After a fresh wave of caste conflagration sweeping Saharanpur over the last two days, the situation remained tense but under control on Thursday.
The forces were sent after a request from the Uttar Pradesh government, which also despatched a preliminary report to the Home Ministry with details on incidents of violence.
The Home Ministry has asked the state government to provide details of the incidents which started last month and the steps taken to restore peace in the western Uttar Pradesh district.
Violence erupted for the second day today as unidentified gunmen shot and seriously injured a member of the upper-caste Thakur community, which is embroiled in a bloody conflict with Dalits.
Mobile internet, messaging and other services were also suspended in the district to prevent rumour mongering.
Mayawati, during her visit to Saharanpur, had accused the ruling party with failing to stop its own brigade from attacking weaker sections.
Home Secretary Mani Prasad Mishra said that adequate security deployment has been done.
In Saharanpur, Mayawati met those affected by the violence and demanded compensation for them.
District officials rushed to the scene and pacified members of the Thakur community.
Talking to media here before her visit, the BSP chief said that the BJP Government is responsible for the recent incident in Saharanpur.
Saharanpur a sample of BJP caste politics as Thakurs emboldened by UP CM from community take on Dalits
The spiral of violence started from Shabbirpur village, home to around 600 Dalits and over 900 Thakurs.