Avoid over-exertion, Mansukh Mandaviya tells those who had severe Covid
Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya has advised people who have recovered from severe Covid-19 infections to avoid overexertion during exercise and hard labor. This advice comes in light of an increase in reports of sudden unexplained deaths, many of which have been captured in videos on social media. The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) conducted a study on the possible link between Covid-19 and these deaths, finding that factors such as family history, previous hospitalization for Covid-19, binge drinking, and intense physical activity before death increased the risk.
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