Former Bangladesh left-arm spinner Mosharraf Hossain, who has represented the nationwide group in 5 ODIs, has examined positive for Covid-19. The 38-year-old, who had undergone 4 months of intense remedy together with a surgical procedure for mind tumour, contracted the an infection after his father additionally examined positive for the contagious illness.
He was identified with a mind tumour final yr. Mosharraf is doing superb and has self-isolated himself at dwelling after receiving the results of his COVID take a look at on Sunday.
“My father tested COVID-19 positive earlier and he was admitted in the ICU of the CMH hospital,” Mosharraf was quoted as saying by ‘The Daily Star’.
“Later I also experienced some symptoms and tested coronavirus positive. My health is fine so far and I have isolated myself at home.
“My wife and my child however tested negative and they are living with her parents.” Mosharraf hoped to make a comeback to the home circuit this yr after recovering from his sickness.
Former captain Mashrafe Mortaza and two different Bangladesh cricketers, Nazmul Islam and Nafees Iqbal, had examined positive for the virus in June.
Last week, 18 gamers of the Bangladesh soccer squad had examined positive.