MS Dhoni's parents infected with Corona, undergoing treatment at a private hospital in Ranchi

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By: Jeet Ghosh

Last Update: 2021-04-21 11:28:16 IST

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Former Team India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni's parents have been infected with Corona. Both are admitted in a private hospital in Ranchi. Dhoni's father and mother are undergoing treatment at the Pulse Super Specialty Hospital in Ranchi.

Former Team India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni's parents have been infected with Corona. Both are admitted in a private hospital in Ranchi. His father Pan Singh Dhoni and mother Devaki are undergoing treatment at Pulse Super Specialty Hospital located at Bariatu Road. According to the hospital, the condition of both is normal. Their oxygen level is also fine. The infection has not reached the lungs. It is hoped that both will get well soon.  

Let us know that Dhoni is currently busy with IPL 2021. The tournament is being held in a closed stadium in view of the Corona transition. He is the captain of Chennai Superkings (CSK) and is currently in Mumbai. Today, Chennai will face Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR). His team is third in the points table by winning two matches in three matches.

A week long lockdown has been imposed in Jharkhand from 22 April to 29 April in view of increasing cases of corona infection. On Tuesday, 4401 new cases were reported in the state and 46 people died. So far more than one lakh 67 thousand cases have been reported in the state and 1502 people have died. In Ranchi, 1404 new cases were reported during this period. 14 people died there

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