Five COVID-19 constructive hockey players have been shifted to a medical center in Bengaluru.© PTI
Five COVID-19 constructive hockey players have been shifted to a medical center in Bengaluru as a precautionary measure after striker Mandeep Singh was transferred to the facility next a dip in his blood oxygen degree, the Athletics Authority of India (SAI) reported on Wednesday. Mandeep is asymptomatic but was hospitalised at the SS Sparsh Multispeciality Healthcare facility in Bengaluru on Monday night time after his blood oxygen degree dipped. Five of his teammates were also admitted to the exact medical center on Tuesday.
“…the Athletics Authority of India resolved to shift the other 5 players, to SS Sparsh Multi-speciality medical center in Bengaluru on Tuesday afternoon, as a precautionary measure,” the SAI reported.
Mandeep, nationwide captain Manpreet Singh, defenders Surender Kumar, Jaskaran Singh, drag-flicker Varun Kumar and goalkeeper Krishan Bahadur Pathak analyzed constructive for COVID-19 last week after achieving Bengaluru for the nationwide camp, which starts off on August 20.
“The choice to hospitalise them was taken so as to be certain that the players were attended to at all periods and could be specified the finest attainable remedy. All 6 athletes are in great well being and recovering effectively.”
According to SAI, the players contracted the disease, in all chance, while travelling to Bengaluru from different sections of the country after a month-lengthy break.
Their vitals are remaining checked four periods everyday, the SAI mentioned. All 6 players analyzed COVID-19 constructive all through SAI’s necessary screening on arrival in Bengaluru.
All the women players have, on the other hand, analyzed unfavorable and are on track to resume education.
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