Indian hockey staff defender Surender Kumar was on Thursday readmitted in a Bengaluru hospital this night after he developed a swelling on his left arm, only a few days after recovering from COVID-19.
Surender alongwith 5 different India gamers — skipper Manpreet Singh, Jaskaran Singh, Varun Kumar, goalkeeper Krishan Bahadur Pathak and striker Mandeep Singh — have been on Monday discharged from SS Sparsh Multispeciality hospital in Bengaluru after recovering from the contagious illness.
However after Surender knowledgeable the docs concerning the swelling on his arm, he was re-admitted to the identical hospital as a precautionary measure.
“He has been shifted this night. Throughout common on-line check-up, Surender knowledgeable the docs that he has developed a swelling on left arm. In order a precautionay measure he has been shifted to the identical hospital,” a supply within the Sports activities Authority of India (SAI) informed PTI.
“He’s utterly high quality. He would not have ay COVID signs however as a precautionary measure he’ll bear all necesary exams to search out out whether it is associated to COVID or not.”
Surender alongwith the opposite gamers have been positioned beneath quarantine at its Bengaluru centre after being discharged from the hospital on Monday.
“All of the six gamers are housed within the floor ground of the hostel, the place different members of the camp don’t have any entry,” SAI had stated on Monday.
The six gamers had returned constructive for the virus between August 10 and 12.
Mandeep, who was asymptomatic, was the primary to be shifted to the hospital by the SAI after a dip in his blood oxygen stage. Later, Manpreet, Surender and three different gamers have been additionally moved to the identical hospital as a precautionary measure.
Presently, 33 male and 24 feminine gamers are in Bengaluru for the camp. The sunshine depth nationwide camp is anticipated to proceed until September 30.
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