Lockdown and visa are banned till 14 April in India due to coronavirus Viswanathan Anand, who went to play the Chase tournament, also got stranded in Germany, kept himself in isolation
Dainik Bhaskar Apr 09, 2020, 04:54 PM IST New Delhi. One-third of the world's population is imprisoned in homes due to coronavirus. India also has a lockdown and visa ban until 14 April. In this situation, former Indian hockey player Ashok Dewan (65) is trapped in America. Diwan has requested help from Indian Olympic Association (IOA) President Narendra Batra. He has also been a member of the 1976 Olympic Games and the 1975 World Cup winning team. Dewan was hospitalized in the US due to high blood pressure. He is scheduled to visit India on April 20, but it does not appear to be possible.
88 thousand people have died in the world due to coronavirus. 15 lakh 17 thousand are infected, while more than three lakh 30 thousand people have been cured. The death toll in the US has increased to 14 thousand 795, while four lakh 35 thousand have been infected. The total number of infected in India has increased to 6 thousand 245. Of these, 472 patients have been cured, while 205 have died.
My condition is critical: Diwandivan wrote, "I am not feeling well these days. I do not even have any insurance. You know that medical expenses are very high here. I appeal to you to convey my message to the Sports Minister and the Foreign Minister so that they can help the Indian Embassy in San Francisco check my hospital. Also, if possible, call me to India. My condition here is serious. "
Chase champion Vishwanathan Anand stranded in Germany, before this Indian Grandmaster and 5-time World Chase champion Vishwanathan Anand is stranded in Germany. He was to return only on 16 March. Anand went to Germany in February to play the Bundesliga Chase tournament. They have kept themselves in isolation due to the rising corona outbreak. Anand's wife Aruna said on March 16, "I am feeling very bad, because they are stuck there (Germany)." However, we should also be thankful that their situation is better than other stranded people. We remember them everyday and remind them to eat good food and wash hands frequently. Hopefully they will come back at the end of the month. "