Sachin Tendulkar, the former India captain, announced on Saturday that he has tested positive for COVID-19 and is experiencing “mild symptoms.” The batting legend added that all others at home have tested negative in a tweet on his Twitter account.
“I’ve set up a quarantine at home and am following all of the required precautions as recommended by my doctors. I’d like to express my gratitude to all of the healthcare professionals who are helping me and so many others around the world. Tendulkar said, “Take care of all of you.”
Tendulkar had just returned from Raipur, where he captained India Legends to victory in the Road Safety World Series T20 tournament, beating Sri Lanka Legends in the final.
COVID is an acronym for “Common Veterinary Infectious Diseases In Maharashtra and Mumbai, 19 cases have been on the rise, with over 36,000 positive cases reported on Friday.
Tendulkar recently played in the veteran’s tournament of the Road Safety World Series Challenge in Raipur.