The condition of legendary runner Milkha Singh is stable, doctors are watching

Milkha Singh, the legendary Indian sprinter who is battling Kovid-19 infection, is stable and better than yesterday. Milkha Singh Chandigarh .He is receiving treatment at PGIMER (Postgraduate Institute of Postgraduate Medical and Research) Hospital. Hospital officials provided the information Saturday. PGIMR released here that Milkha Singh is better than Friday. He was taken to hospital on Thursday after his oxygen level plummeted.

PGIMR official spokesperson Pro. In a statement, Ashok Kumar said, “Flying Sikh Milkha Singh has been battling COVID-19, which has been lodged with the ICU of PGIMR’s NHE Block since June 3. He has dismissed rumors of his demise circulating on social media since Saturday morning.” “The 91-year-old Milkha is being overseen by a team of three doctors.

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On Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi called for an inquiry into his health. Modi spoke with Milkha and hoped that he would soon recover and bless the athletes participating in the Tokyo Olympics. Milkha was released last Sunday after being treated for infection at a private hospital in Mohali. But even at home, he was put on oxygen. Milkha’s 82-year-old wife is in the ICU of Nirmal Fortis Hospital, Kovid-19 was found days after her husband was infected.

Milkha’s son and famed golfer Jeeve had arrived in Chandigarh from Dubai on May 22, but his older sister Mona Milkha Singh had also arrived here a few days ago. Milkha Singh’s servant was also infected with a coronavirus virus and was worried that the couple had become Kovid-19 positive after contact with him. Four-time Asian Games gold medalist and Commonwealth Games champion Milkha Singh lost the bronze medal in the 400m final at the 1960 Rome Olympics.

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