Khabib Nurmagomedov Denied to take COVID-19 Test following his father’s recent infection

June 2, 2020 by Jack Ol

UFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov allegedly wouldn't step through a test for COVID-19 after his dad's ongoing disease.

The senior Nurmagomedov, Abdulamanap, is as of now in a therapeutically instigated extreme lethargies and can't inhale without clinical help subsequent to testing positive for COVID-19. It is the second time he is in a state of unconsciousness after already becoming sick a month ago with pneumonia and influenza-like manifestations.

He later endured a stroke and was put in a restoratively initiated trance-like state. He got up in the end, yet couldn't move or talk before his condition declined once more. There has been no further updates at the hour of composing.

Khabib Nurmagomedov's father Abdulamanap SOURCE: [email protected]_nurmagomedov

Nurmagomedov has been close by in Moscow, yet as per Telegram station Mash (through RT), would not step through his own exam for COVID-19. Rather, he advised specialists to guide their full focus toward his dad.

"The Eagle" affirmed his dad was in a basic condition through an Instagram post a month ago.

“A lot has been written about my father on the Internet. He’s in the hospital now, he’s in a very serious condition. He had heart complications stemming from the virus. This virus has very seriously affected his heart since he had a heart operation a year ago. He’s had surgery again. He’s in a difficult situation, very difficult. We ask Allah to return him to us. Thank you very much to everyone who writes, who sends their support. May Allah help us all.”

Nurmagomedov said.