Scotland Cricketer Majid Haq Corornavirus Positive

Scotland cricketer Majid Haq infected with Coronavirus, tweets this information by himself

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The deadly coronavirus originated from China has spread throughout the world. Games and players have not been able to escape from this. So far most of those affected are footballers while some are also cricketers. Symptoms of coronavirus infection were seen in Australian cricketer Ken Richardson and Lockie Ferguson of New Zealand but their reports came back negative.

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Now the first case of Covid-19 positive has come up in the cricket world. Actually, the report of Pakistan-origin off-spinner Majid Haq has come coronavirus positive. Scholland’s Pakistani-origin cricketer Majid Haq has been found to be coronavirus positive on Friday.

The special thing is that Majid Haq himself gave information about this by posting on social media. Majid is currently being treated at the Royal Alexandra Hospital in Glasgow.

He wrote on Twitter that after being found positive of coronavirus, it is possible that he can return home today. Thanks to the hospital staff and those who sent the message of recovery. I will be back soon.

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Talking about his international cricket, he made an appearance in cricket for Scotland in ODIs against Bangladesh in 2006. Majid last played against Bangladesh in the World Cup 2015 for Scotland.

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