Yuzvendra Chahal’s father admitted to hospital with ‘extreme’ COVID-19 signs, wife Dhanashree Verma confirms

India spinner Yuzvendra Chahal’s dad and mom have examined optimistic for COVID-19 and the cricketer’s father has been admitted to a hospital with ‘extreme signs’. The improvement was confirmed by Chahal’s wife and common Youtube artist Dhanashree Verma on Instagram. She additionally said that the her mother-in-law has been present process therapy at dwelling. 

Dhanashree within the put up additionally confirmed that her mom and brother had contracted the novel virus, whereas the couple had been with the Royal Challengers Bangalore contingent within the bio-bubble, earlier than it bought postponed halfway due to a string of instances rising contained in the bubble.

While Dhanashree’s mom and brother have recovered, the dancer is at present helping her father-in-law within the hospital and likewise urged everybody to COVID-19 tips strictly. 

“April-May. It’s been really tough and emotionally challenging for me. At first, my mother and brother tested positive. I was in the IPL bubble and felt extremely helpless but did monitor them time to time. It’s really difficult to stay away from your family. Fortunately, they have recovered,” Dhanashree wrote in an Instagram story. 

“But I lost my aunt and very close uncle due to Covid and its complications,” she added.

“And now my parents in law have tested positive with severe symptoms. My father-in-law is admitted and my mother-in-law is being treated at home. I was at the hospital and I have witnessed the worst. I am taking all the precautions but… Guys please stay at home and take proper care of your family,” she wrote. 

Chahal has not been named within the 20-man squad for the England tour, the place Virat Kohli and co. are set to lock horns with Kane Williamson’s New Zealand within the World Test Championship finals, adopted by a five-match Test collection in opposition to the hosts. 

However, it’s anticipated that the spinner can be included in India’s white-ball group that’s scheduled to fly to Sri Lanka for a limited-over collection.

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