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Cricketer Shubhman Gill’s participation in the World Cup opener game seems to be doubtful as he is suffering from dengue. “Team India batsman Shubman Gill isn’t well, he is suffering from dengue,” news agency ANI has reported citing BCCI sources.
“Shubhman has had high fever since landing in Chennai. His tests are being done. He will have tests on Friday and a call will be taken on his participation in opening game,” a BCCI source privy to team developments told PTI on the condition of anonymity.

He is down with fever

Cricketer Shubman Gill unwell: Likely to miss World Cup?

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Currently, he is down with a fever, a classic symptom of dengue fever.
As per latest update available, coach Rahul Dravid said that Shubman Gill has not yet been ruled out of the game against Australia on Sunday. “He is certainly feeling better today than he was yesterday, so that’s a positive, but the medical team is monitoring him on a day-to-day basis,” Dravid told reporters on Friday.
“We’ve got 36 hours to go, so we’ll see how that goes.
“We’ll see whatever decision they take. But yes, he’s feeling a little bit better today than he was yesterday.”
Dengue cases are prevalent in the country right now. Also known as break-bone fever, it takes 1-2 weeks to recover from dengue. While in many cases, it is asymptomatic, in cases where it is symptomatic, the most common symptoms are high fever, headache, body aches, nausea, and rash. Dengue signs appear 4-10 days after the infection.
The recovery time for dengue is important. Many people take a longer time to get back to their regular routine depending on the intensity of the symptoms they had during the infection. Post-infection fatigue is commonly seen in individuals who get infected with dengue. This is a feeling of persistent weakness which affects the physical work. Proper food and rest helps in recovery.
“Let’s not jump the gun. If it’s normal viral fever, he could play on antibiotics but it’s completely the medical team’s call,” the source told PTI.

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(With inputs from agencies)
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