Mushfiq reveals how he felt hearing the news of Mashrafe’s contamination

Former Bangladesh Skipper and Wicketkeeper batsman Mushfiqur Rahim revealed that he was shocked to learn that former Bangladesh cricket captain Mashrafe bin Mortaza was contaminated with COVID-19. He has been more aware since then. Mushfiqur urged people to be personally aware before taking care of the government.


Mashrafe Mushfiqur

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After the virus hit back in Bangladesh, the number of people infected with coronavirus patients  and the number of deaths is rapidly increasing day by day. Mushfiqur thinks that most of the people in the country are not aware of the reason for the spread of the virus in such a large scale. Mushfiqur lamented that people were not following even the minimum rules of hygiene. He recently commented on this on his Facebook page.

“It (Mashrafe’s attack) was really shocking but the way the virus is spreading in our country, it looks like most of us will be affected by the virus. I think the people of Bangladesh are not well educated and also are not aware of this situation. Moreover, they are not maintaining the very least of health rules,” he said.

Mushfiqur hopes that Mashrafe will return like a legend after overcoming other obstacles in his life. He also said that he himself is becoming more aware now. He also urged the people to be personally aware instead of looking at government initiatives for personal well-being.

Mushfiqur added, “Brother like Mashrafe Bin Mortaza is a legend and In shaa Allah he will recover soon. By hearing the news, I am taking more caution now. Personally I think, it is very difficult for the government to take of people all over Bangladesh. Personal health rules should be followed strictly for our own safety as well as for our family members, until there is a vaccine invented.”   

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