COVID-19: Sachin Tendulkar discharged from hospital, will stay in quarantine | Cricket News

Every week after being admitted in a hospital resulting from COVID-19, Sachin Tendulkar on Thursday was discharged after recovering from the virus. The legendary batsman will stay in quarantine for few days.

Tendulkar had examined positive for COVID19 on March 27. 

“I have just come home from the hospital and will remain isolated while continuing to rest and recuperate. I would like to thank everyone for all the good wishes and prayers,” learn a press release by the cricketer on his Twitter. 

The former India cricketer was hospitalised on April 2, which additionally marked the tenth anniversary of India’s 2011 World Cup triumph.

Tendulkar alongside with his few India Legends’ teammate had examined positive for the virus after collaborating within the Road Safety World Series, which his facet received by defeating Sri Lanka within the finals. 

Former India all-rounder Irfan Pathan, his elder brother Yusuf, S Badrinath had been amongst others who had examined positive for the virus after collaborating within the competitors.

Road Safety World Series is a non-public match that did not have BCCI approval because it was solely meant for retired cricketers. The worst half was that the organisers didn’t prohibit crowd motion even when BCCI made the later a part of England sequence a closed-door affair. Spectators weren’t carrying masks and questions are being raised as to what type of bio-bubble was created by the organisers of the Road Safety World Series. 

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