New Delhi: Former Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s father Pan Singh and mother Devaki Devi have tested positive for Corono virus Covid-19. Sources have revealed that both Paan Singh and Devaki Devi have been admitted to the Pulse Superspeciality Hospital in Ranchi. It is noteworthy that Dhoni is currently leading the Chennai Super Kings in the Indian Premier League 2021. CSK is set to play its fourth match of IPL 2021 against Kolkata Knight Riders at the Wankhede Stadium on Wednesday.
In Jharkhand, the infection spread due to Corona virus is becoming uncontrollable. In order to get control of the uncontrolled situation, the Jharkhand government has announced a lockdown in the state. Meanwhile, the hospital doctors say that Dhoni’s parents’ condition is normal and his oxygen level is fine. Not only this, the corona virus infection has not yet reached the lungs of both people. Doctors treating him have hoped that in the next few days, Dhoni’s father Paan Singh and mother Devika Devi will be infection free.
Explain that the corona virus continues to wreak havoc in Jharkhand and meanwhile the state government has imposed a week-long lockdown to break the corona chain. It has been named ‘Health Safety Week’. The government has announced a lockdown in the state from April 6 to April 6 from April 29 to 6 o’clock in the morning. Announcing the lockdown, CM Hemant Soren said that chain breaking of corona infection is necessary in the state. Our priority is to secure both life and livelihood. Therefore, it has been decided to implement ‘Health Safety Week’ in the state. I believe we will be able to break the corona chain with this step.
In the last 24 hours in Jharkhand, 46 more patients died due to corona virus infection, due to which the death toll in the state has increased to 1502. Meanwhile, the total number of infected people has increased to 167346 with 4401 new cases of corona infection. According to the Health Department, out of 167346 infected people in the state, 135256 have recovered and returned to their homes. In addition, 30588 other Corona-infected patients continue to be treated in various hospitals.