Coronavirus | Milkha hospitalised, condition stable


None of the members of the family have examined optimistic but.

Legendary Indian sprinter Milkha Singh, who has examined optimistic for COVID-19, was on Monday hospitalised, together with his son and ace golfer Jeev Milkha Singh saying that it was a precautionary measure.

The 91-year-old Milkha had been in dwelling isolation at his Chandigarh residence after he examined optimistic for the virus on Wednesday. He has now been admitted to Fortis hospital in Mohali.

Hospital sources mentioned that Milkha’s condition was “stable”. “He has been hospitalised. He was weak and not eating since yesterday, so we had to hospitalise him. Though his parameters seemed alright, we thought it is safer to have him admitted where he would be under supervision of senior doctors,” Jeev mentioned.

“He is under the good care of the doctors there. He is a strong man, always positive and will recover soon,” added the golfer, who reached right here on Saturday from Dubai after his father examined optimistic.

None of the opposite members of the family, together with Milkha’s spouse Nirmal Kaur, returned a optimistic check.

“Wishing a speedy recovery to Flying Sikh Milkha Singh who has been admitted in hospital in Mohali for COVID-19 treatment. Get well soon, sir!” Punjab CM Capt. Amarinder Singh tweeted.

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