#1 (13 Oct, 2020)
With great joy, we share the news of Naresh's discharge from the hospital. Thank you for being there for him.
Naresh also visited the hospital for his follow-up on October 12, 2020. He underwent various tests and scans including an MRI. The reports show that he has some problem in the neck (cervical). The doctors have advised the family to continue with the medication, treatment and timely follow-ups.
He is extremely weak and has lost his strength even to stand. Sometimes his behaviour is also a bit unpredictable. Naresh will take time to recover completely.
Please keep supporting him and pray for his good health and speedy recovery. The family shares their gratitude with you all. #2 (18 Sep, 2020)
Thank you for your immense support and donations.
Thanks to all your prayers, Naresh is out of the ICU. He has been shifted to the general ward. Although he has regained consciousness, Naresh's journey to good health is still far from over. He is able to recognize his family members but his behaviour is a little unpredictable at the moment. His family is happy with his progress and hopeful to take him home soon.
The food pipe has also been removed and he is able to consume liquid food on his own. He has become extremely weak and has no strength to stand. He requires constant care and support.
Only with the support of kind-hearted people like you can Naresh continue his further treatment. Do share his story far and wide and in all your social circles and also on social media. Keep praying for his good health and speedy recovery. We will keep you posted.
#3 (11 Sep, 2020)
Thank you for extending your help to Naresh and his family in the most difficult time of their lives. Your support means a lot to them.
There has been no major change in Naresh's health condition. He still needs critical care, oxygen support and medical attention. Naresh is still unconscious and remains in the ICU . He is on a liquid diet that is administered through a pipe. Naresh needs your prayers more than ever.
His recovery will take time and the family urges you to continue supporting his treatment by sharing Naresh's story on social media and your friend circle