5 COVID-19 positive hockey players have been shifted to a healthcare facility in Bengaluru.© PTI
5 COVID-19 positive hockey players have been shifted to a healthcare facility in Bengaluru as a precautionary evaluate right after striker Mandeep Singh was transferred to the facility subsequent a dip in his blood oxygen stage, the Sports Authority of India (SAI) stated on Wednesday. Mandeep is asymptomatic but was hospitalised at the SS Sparsh Multispeciality Hospital in Bengaluru on Monday night right after his blood oxygen stage dipped. Five of his teammates had been also admitted to the similar healthcare facility on Tuesday.
“…the Sports Authority of India made a decision to shift the other five players, to SS Sparsh Multi-speciality healthcare facility in Bengaluru on Tuesday afternoon, as a precautionary evaluate,” the SAI stated.
Mandeep, countrywide captain Manpreet Singh, defenders Surender Kumar, Jaskaran Singh, drag-flicker Varun Kumar and goalkeeper Krishan Bahadur Pathak examined positive for COVID-19 last week right after reaching Bengaluru for the countrywide camp, which commences on August 20.
“The choice to hospitalise them was taken so as to guarantee that the players had been attended to at all periods and could be supplied the very best attainable treatment method. All 6 athletes are in very good health and fitness and recovering very well.”
In accordance to SAI, the players contracted the sickness, in all chance, though travelling to Bengaluru from unique pieces of the nation right after a thirty day period-extensive split.
Their vitals are getting checked four periods every day, the SAI said. All 6 players examined COVID-19 positive through SAI’s mandatory tests on arrival in Bengaluru.
All the gals players have, even so, examined damaging and are on keep track of to resume coaching.
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