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Indian Hockey Player Mandeep Singh Shifted To Hospital Due To COVID-19

Mandeep Singh was one of the six athletes in NCOE Bengaluru, who tested positive or COVID-19

Indian Hockey Player Mandeep Singh Shifted To Hospital Due To COVID-19
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Indian Hockey Player Mandeep Singh Shifted To Hospital Due To COVID-19
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2020-08-11T10:12:21+05:30

Indian hockey player Mandeep Singh has been shifted to SS Sparsh Multispeciality Hospital as a precautionary measure.

Coronavirus Outbreak Coverage | Hockey News

He was one of the six athletes in NCOE Bengaluru, who tested positive or COVID-19. He was being monitored constantly. On August 10, his oxygen blood level was dropping below normal, which meant that his COVID-19 was going from mild to severe.

His condition is currently stable. The other hockey players to have the virus are Surender Kumar, Jaskaran Singh, Varun Kumar, Krishan Bahadur Pathak.

(Inputs from Press Release)

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