Yuzvendra Chahal’s parents test positive for COVID-19

Yuzvendra Chahal

The parents of Indian ace spinner Yuzvendra Chahal’s parents have tested positive for the deadly Novel Coronavirus. His wife and choreographer Dhanashree Verma recently broke the news on her official Instagram account.

Yuzvendra’s father, KK Chahal, who is an advocate, has been admitted to a hospital after observing ‘severe symptoms’ while His mother Sunita Devi is being treated at home.

Yuzvendra Chahal going through a rough patch

Yuzvendra Chahal

COVID-19 has been the biggest concern in the world and it recently caused the IPL 2021 season to get suspended as well. Things getting worse in the world of cricket now as Yuzvendra Chahal’s parents tested positive for the virus.

Dhanashree Verma took her social media account and warned everyone to stay safe after she came across ‘the worst’ scenario during the visit to the hospital. It has been quite a difficult time for everyone over the last couple of months.

Dhanashree wrote the following in her Instagram story: “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,” 

She also revealed that she had lost her close ones due to the life threatening virus. She assured that all the necessary precautions are being taken and urged everyone to maintain the protocols as well.

Dhanashree added: “But I lost my aunt and very close uncle due to Covid and its complication. 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.”

Chahal played for Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) in the suspended IPL season. His wife was there alongside in the bio-bubble as the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) had allowed the players to travel with their families. Chahal has been ruled out of the 20-man squad for England tour as well as the World Test Championship final against New Zealand.

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