After being involved in a serious automobile accident, Indian cricketer Rishabh Pant is now being treated in the ICU department of Max Hospital in Dehradun. However, the cricketer isn’t getting much rest since there are so many people wanting to see the 25-year-old.
Pant’s family has voiced worry over the situation. Furthermore, a member of Pant’s medical team feels that greeting all of the guests is causing him to lose energy, which should be conserved for a speedier recovery.
“It is critical that Rishabh receives enough rest, not only physically but also psychologically. He is still in agony as a result of his injuries from the accident. He needs to converse with visitors, which depletes his energy, which should be saved for a speedier recovery. Visitors should avoid him for the time being and allow him to relax,” a member of the medical team said.
Anil Kapoor, Anupam Kher, fellow cricketer Nitish Rana, Khanpur MLA Umesh Kumar, some BCCI officials, DDCA members, and a few local bureaucrats were among those who saw Pant following his accident.
According to a Max Hospital administrative staff member, there is presently no way to screen visitors. The staff member also noted that since Pant’s situation is so well-known, dealing with the large amount of visitors has been difficult.
“There is no method in place to screen Pant visitors. Hospital visiting hours are 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. to 5 p.m., and each patient may only have one visitor at a time. “Because Rishabh Pant’s case is high-profile, more people are coming in, causing this dilemma,” a staff member said.