Former national cricketer Mosharraf tests positive for Covid-19 | The Daily Star
07:32 PM, August 09, 2020 / LAST MODIFIED: 07:35 PM, August 09, 2020

Former national cricketer Mosharraf tests positive for Covid-19

Former national cricketer Mosharraf Hossain has tested positive for corona virus. The left arm spinner received the test report yesterday.

Mosharraf's father was first tested positive for corona virus and was admitted at the CMH hospital in Dhaka.

"My father tested Covid-19 positive earlier and he was admitted at the ICU of the CMH hospital. 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 told the media on Sunday.

The 38-year-old left arm spinner who played five ODIs for Bangladesh was diagnosed with brain tumour last year and got cured after four months of intense treatment in Singapore.

Mosharraf was gearing to make a comeback to the domestic circuit since recovering from brain tumour until the cricketer tested positive.

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