Former Bangladesh captain Murtaza Musharrafi suffers from corona virus

Cases of corona virus have started increasing in Bangladesh and former captain of Bangladesh cricket team Mushrafi Murtaza and two other players have fallen victim to corona virus.

Left-arm spinner Nazemul Islam and former opener Nafees Iqbal have also confirmed contracting the corona virus.

Murtaza Musharraf, who resigned from the ODI team in March, confirmed that he had contracted the virus on social media.

He wrote on the social networking site Facebook that today the result of my code-19 was positive, all people are requested to pray for my speedy recovery.

“The number of people infected with the virus in Bangladesh has exceeded one lakh. We all need to be more careful. All people should stay at home and not leave the house unless absolutely necessary,” he said. But I am following all the precautions.

Musharraf Murtaza is also a Member of Parliament and during the epidemic he was constantly helping people, especially in his constituency west of his city and the capital Dhaka.

Murtaza’s mother-in-law and other relatives also tested positive for Corona last week, a health department official said.

Nafees Iqbal, the elder brother of Bangladesh opener Tamim Iqbal, who has the honor of representing Bangladesh in 11 Tests and 16 ODIs, is currently coaching domestic teams and has also contracted the virus.

“Ten days ago I was feeling feverish, my body was very hot for two days, I had lost my appetite and I was feeling very weak,” he said in an audio message sent to reporters via email.

“After that, I sent my samples for testing, which proved that I was infected with the corona virus,” Nafees said.

Left-arm Bangladeshi spinner Nazemul Islam, who is also involved in relief work, has also confirmed that he has fallen victim to Corona.

The 28-year-old bowler, who has played one Test, five ODIs and 13 T20 Internationals, told AFP: “I don’t know how I got the virus. My parents tested positive.

Remember that many cricketers have been infected with the corona virus before.

Last week, former national team captain Shahid Afridi confirmed that he had contracted the corona virus, while on the occasion of Eid, former opening batsman Tawfiq Omar also tested positive for the corona virus.

It should be noted that the virus has been confirmed in 180,000 people in Bangladesh so far and at least 1,400 people have died.

The poverty-stricken country announced a resumption of economic activity in late May, ending several weeks of lockdowns, and the number of people infected with the virus has risen sharply

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