Indian former international cricketer and greatest batsman in the history of Cricket Sachin Tendulkar have tested positive for the COVID-19. Sachin Tendulkar has symptoms and has chosen to isolate himself at his house as prompted by the health officials. Sachin Tendulkar took to Twitter to affirm the positive news with his fans. Sachin Tendulkar stated that “I have been testing myself and taking all the recommended precautions to ensure Covid is kept at bay.
“Nonetheless, I have tested coronavirus positive today following symptoms. All others at the house have tested coronavirus negative. I have isolated myself at my house and am following every one of the important conventions as told by my medical doctors. I want to thank all the healthcare professionals who are supporting me and many others across the country. Take care of all of you.”
Tendulkar was the captain of the India Legends Cricket Team which as of late won the 2020-21 Road Safety World Series in Raipur in Chhattisgarh subsequent to beating the Sri Lanka Legends Cricket Team in the finals of the Road Safety World Series. Sachin Tendulkar scored 223 runs out of 7 games in this competition with a sixty-five runs high score in the series.
Tendulkar gets 30 runs off 23 balls in the Road Safety World Series final match against the Sri Lanka Legends Cricket Team and they have given 181/4 in the final match. Tillakaratne Dilshan-led side contended energetically however missed the mark concerning the target by 14 runs as India Legends Cricket Team won the competition.
Prominently, Tendulkar had chosen not to commend his birthday a year ago as a sign of regard to the healthcare frontline workers driving India’s battle against the Coronavirus pandemic. Sachin has also had contributed an aggregate of fifty lakh rupees to the Chief Minister Relief Fund. He has likewise been associated with a few other NGO work activities. The Coronavirus cases have been on a flood in Maharashtra with more than 36,000 positive coronavirus cases recorded on the 26th of March.