Former captain of national cricket team, also a member of parliament, Mashrafe Bin Mortaza has tested positive for COVID-19 again, confirmed sources close to his family.
Mashrafe had tested positive for the virus on June 20. He has been getting treatment at his home in Dhaka since then. He never complained about his health condition.
The former captain gave his sample for test again on June 30 and he tested positive. However, his health condition is stable, reports UNB.
Mashrafe will take another test after a few days, confirmed sources.
After Mashrafe was tested positive, his younger brother, Morsalin Bin Mortaza, was also tested positive. He, however, is also doing well.
Not only Mashrafe, but also Nazmul Islam Apu, Nafis Iqbal had also been tested positive, but the latter duo has been tested negative last week.
Due to coronavirus, all cricketing activities are on hold in Bangladesh since mid-March. BCB, however, is planning to resume cricketing activities from the last of July or early August.