Raju Srivastava has a persistent fever

Raju Srivastava has a persistent fever

Raju Shrivastav Health Update: Fresh updates are coming out daily regarding the health of famous comedian Raju Shrivastav who has been hospitalized for almost 20 days. Raju Srivastava has been suffering from a high fever for the past three days, after which he was put on a ventilator after seeing his health deteriorate. At the same time, according to the new update on the comedian’s health, Raju Srivastava’s health is slowly recovering, as is the fever that has been coming continuously for the past three days.

How is your health?

Doctors shared Raju’s health update that he had a fever over 30 degrees and the comedian was still unconscious. At the same time, a report that surfaced a week ago claimed that the comedian regained consciousness 15 days after the heart attack. On the contrary, Raju’s brother had urged people to follow all news reports as rumours, only follow Raju’s social media updates and stay connected.

Big move by the UP government

The UP government, including the fans, are also closely monitoring the condition of Raju Srivastava. In addition, doctors are constantly trying to improve the comedian’s condition. Faced with this, the UP government has now taken another big step. The government has placed the responsibility for the care of Raju Srivastava in the hands of the Resident Commissioner. The UP resident met Raju’s family members who were present at AIIMS and did his health update.

In the hospital since August 10th

Let us share that comedian and Chairman of Uttar Pradesh Film Development Council Raju Srivastava was admitted to Delhi’s AIIMS after suffering a heart attack on August 10th. Because of his poor health, he was put on a ventilator. It has been revealed that Raju Srivastava is still in a coma. The help of neurophysiotherapy is enlisted to improve Raju’s condition. Fans constantly pray for his condition to improve.

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