Bashar tests positive for coronavirus

Bangladesh national team selector and former captain Habibul Bashar Sumon has tested coronavirus positive. Bashar himself has confirmed the news. He is currently in isolation at home.

Bashar tested positive for coronavirus

For the past few days, Bashar has had mild symptoms of coronavirus. So for clarity, he gave samples for coronavirus test on Tuesday (November 10). The results came to him at 8 pm on Wednesday (November 11). The result of the sample came ‘positive’.

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Bashar said he had a fever for 2-3 days. Although it’s not severe, there had some cold-related illness. However, fever and other illnesses are now much reduced. However, they he’s in isolation to prevent the acuteness of the virus.

Bashar passed busy time during the BCB President’s Cup. The bio safety bubble broke at the end of the tournament. The players and the selectors stayed close at this time. Mahmudullah Riyad, the national team’s T20 captain, and Mominul Haque, the Test team captain, were infected with the virus few days ago before Bashar’s illness.

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