Olympic Gold Medalist Neeraj Chopra Hospitalised, Leaves Ceremony Midway

Neeraj Chopra, an Olympic Gold medal winner was rushed to a hospital in Panipat, Haryana.

On the 17th of August, the javelin champion left a welcome ceremony midway, after suffering from high fever and exhaustion suddenly.

As of now, the 19th of August, he is said to be stable and is advised to take complete rest.

According to a source, who wished to be anonymous, Neeraj Chopra is doing fine and was simply exhausted with continuous events and ceremonies. The source said, “Midway into the function he was feeling exhausted and started having a slight fever. So, he left the function and had taken rest at a house nearby.” The source also said, “There are some rumours that he has been taken to a hospital. It is not like that. He is all right, it’s not a serious issue. Basically, he is feeling exhausted due to attending many functions non-stop after his arrival from Tokyo. He is taking a rest at a place not very far from his house.”

Neeraj Chopra created history by winning the first Olympic Gold of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and second gold medal ever. The first Olympics gold medal was in 2008 Beijing Olympics by Abhinav Bindra in the 10 metre air rifle event.

In addition, Neeraj Chopra conducted the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) tests and the results were negative for the deadly virus. However, as a precautionary measure and concerned for his health, Neeraj Chopra has put gatherings, ceremonies and other engagements on hold.

Stay tuned for further updates.

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