The Indian men’s hockey team skipper Manpreet Singh and the four other players who tested positive for COVID-19 were showing “mild symptoms” and were doing well, the doctors from Sports Authority of India said on Saturday.
The SAI said in a statement that the players, housed in the National Centre of Excellence in Bengaluru, are being attended to by its in-house doctor and another from the state government, who has been deputed on SAI’s request.
Additionally, the SAI has got on board expert doctors from Manipal Hospital, who have also attended to the players.
Dr. Avinash HR, who has been deputed by the state government, said all five players are exhibiting mild symptoms with only one down with fever.
“The vitals of the players like temperature, oxygen levels have been monitored and all five…