Publish: 27 Jun 2020, 10:30 pm
Former Bangladeshi captain Masrhafe Bin Mortaza, who had been screened positive for coronavirus a week earlier, is doing fine and not suffering from any health problems, his family said.
Masrahfe’s test result came on June 20 and he has since been in isolation at his home.
The 36-year-old had asthma that was enough to alarm his relatives and friends. But after an X-ray at the Combined Military Hospital (CMH), the doctors said he was doing well.
After Masrhafe, his younger brother Morsalin Bin Mortaza was also tested positive for coronavirus. While talking to the media on Saturday, he said that their condition was good.
“Bhaia (elder brother) is well. He’s not complaining about anything. We believe he’s recovering well. I’ve been feeling short of breath, but it’s manageable. Please keep us in your prayers so that we can recover fast,” Morsalin told media.
Not only the Mashrafe family, but also the Nazmul Islam Apu and Nafis Iqbal families have been exposed to a deadly virus that has infected 133,978 people and killed 1,695 in Bangladesh since March.