COVID-19: MS Dhoni's parents hospitalized after testing positive

Rajdeep Saha
·2-min read

COVID-19: MS Dhoni
COVID-19: MS Dhoni

21 Apr 2021: COVID-19: MS Dhoni's parents hospitalized after testing positive

Former Team India skipper MS Dhoni's parents have tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

They have been admitted to Pulse Superspeciality Hospital in Ranchi.

Dhoni is currently plying his trade in the ongoing 14th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL).

Chennai Super Kings are playing their matches at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai.

They will move to Delhi next.

Here's more.

Fact: Dhoni's parents' oxygen level is stable

"Parents of cricketer MS Dhoni have been admitted here at the hospital after testing positive for #COVID19. Their oxygen level is stable," a statement read from the Pulse Superspeciality Hospital, Ranchi, Jharkhand.

Coronavirus: Players in strict bio-bubble environments as India battle COVID-19 surge

Notably, all eight IPL franchises are in strict bio-bubble environments in Chennai and Mumbai respectively at the moment.

The COVID-19 cases are surging at an unprecedented pace in the second wave in India.

In the past 24 hours, the nation has witnessed 2.95 lakh fresh coronavirus cases, pushing the caseload in India to over 1.56 crore.

CSK: Dhoni's CSK have impressed in IPL 2021

Dhoni has led Chennai Super Kings to two wins out of three matches in the IPL 2021 season.

Despite not being in the best of form with the bat, Dhoni has done an able job so far in terms of captaincy on the field.

Dhoni played a key role as CSK beat Rajasthan Royals on Monday.

They face Kolkata Knight Riders tonight.

Jharkhand: Lockdown in Jharkhand from April 22 to April 29

The Jharkand government, on Tuesday, announced a lockdown in the state from April 22 to April 29 with some exemptions.

During the lockdown, essential services will continue.

However, religious places will remain open but a gathering of devotees will not be allowed.

According to the state government's order, agricultural, construction, industrial, and mining activities will be permitted during the lockdown.