Good news: Sachin Tendulkar returned home from hospital after recovering from Corona, admitted last week after infection
There is good news for Indian cricket fans. After recovering from a coronavirus infection, the legendary batsman Sachin Tendulkar (Sachin Tendulkar) has returned home from the hospital. Sachin was found infected with coronavirus on 27 March last month. After this, on April 2, he was admitted to the hospital in Mumbai as a precaution. Since then, Sachin was present in the hospital only under the supervision of doctors. Now Sachin has been discharged from the hospital after about a week. Sachin himself informed about this by tweeting on Thursday 8 April. He will remain in isolation for some time to recover completely.
Sachin Tendulkar released a statement on his social media accounts after being discharged from the hospital on Thursday, in which he told about this. He wrote, "I have just returned home from the hospital and for the time being isolated I will rest and recover completely. I thank you all for the blessings and best wishes. "
Health workers expressed gratitude
Sachin also thanked the medical staff of the hospital for the care and saluted him for the ongoing struggle against the epidemic for the past one year. He said, "I am also thankful to the health workers who took care of me so well and have been steadfastly facing these difficult situations for the last one year."
4 former cricketers including Sachin were infected
Sachin Tendulkar had a corona infection only last month. He returned from playing the Road Safety World Series in Raipur. After him, other former Indian players Yusuf Pathan, Subramanian Badrinath and Irfan Pathan, who were Sachin's teammates in this tournament, were also caught in the transition. They all isolated themselves in their respective homes.