Milkha Singh shifted out of ICU; spouse admitted with COVID-19 pneumonia
Chandigarh: Legendary Indian sprinter Milkha Singh “continues to be secure on oxygen assist” and he was on Wednesday shifted out of the Intensive Care Unit of the hospital the place he’s being handled for COVID pneumonia, indicating indicators of enchancment in his situations.
Nonetheless, his 82-year-old spouse Nirmal Kaur, a former India volleyball captain, was on Wednesday admitted to the identical hospital in Mohali after testing constructive for COVID pneumonia.
“Mr Milkha Singh continues to be secure on oxygen assist. Nonetheless, he’s weak and we are attempting to influence him to extend his meals consumption,” Fortis hospital in Mohali stated in an replace.
“As we speak, we’ve stepped him down from the ICU to a room which he’s sharing together with his spouse Mrs Nirmal Milkha Singh who was admitted earlier within the day with COVID pneumonia.
“Each are being carefully monitored.”
Kaur had earlier returned unfavorable when all of Milkha’s relations have been examined for the virus.
Milkha was on Monday admitted to the ICU after testing constructive for the virus final Wednesday. He was recognized with “COVID pneumonia” on the identical day of his admission.
He’s suspected to have contracted the an infection from home helps who had examined constructive for the virus.
The legendary athlete is a four-time Asian Video games gold-medallist and 1958 Commonwealth Video games champion however his best efficiency was the fourth place end within the 400m last of the 1960 Rome Olympics.
His timing on the Italian capital remained the nationwide file for 38 years until Paramjeet Singh broke it in 1998.
He additionally represented India within the 1956 and 1964 Olympics and was bestowed the Padma Shri in 1959.
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