Tendulkar tests positive for COVID-19

Former Indian right-handed batsman Sachin Tendulkar tests positive for COVID-19 as the cricketer himself revealed that on social media.

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It’s been a year since the whole world has started to fight against a common enemy called COVID-19. Though there hasn’t been any global lockdown, still the entire world is fighting against the virus. It has made a big impact in many fields and the same with cricket too.

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There are many cricketers tested positive for the virus, since the global outbreak. The latest victim of the virus is former Indian right-handed batsman Sachin Tendulkar as Tendulkar tests positive for COVID-19. The legendary Indian cricketer himself confirmed the news through his official social media accounts.

According to the former cricketer, only himself has been tested positive in his home, and immediately he has put himself in self-quarantine.  “I have been testing myself and taking all the recommended precautions to ensure Covid is kept at bay. However, I’ve tested positive today following mild symptoms,” Tendulkar tweeted.

“All others at home have tested negative. I’ve quarantined myself at home and am following all the necessary protocols as advised by my doctors. I want to thank all the healthcare professionals who are supporting me and many others across the country. Take care all of you,” Tendulkar added.

Just a week ago Sachin Tendulkar was playing and leading India Legends in the inaugural edition of the Road Safety World Series. He was able to lead his team to clinch the title win in the league. There in the 7 innings, he played, he scored 233 runs with a strike rate of 138.69.


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