Sachin Tendulkar Covid-19 Update: No fever since Saturday morning; Indian batting legend doing fine

Bad News, Indian cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar tests positive for Covid-19
Bad News, Indian cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar tests positive for Covid-19

Sachin Tendulkar tests Positive for Covid-19, recovering well: Indian cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar has tested positive for Covid-19. Sachin confirmed his test report via a Twitter update. Tendulkar said, though he has tested positive, other members in his family have tested negative.

However, in what would be a big relief for millions of his fans, Sachin is recovering well and hasn’t had fever since morning. This information was given by cricket writer and friend of Tendulkar, Boria Majumdar. 

Sachin, giving the news to his followers, had said, ‘I have tested Covid-19 positive and am quarantining at home. Rest in the family have tested negative’

It is worth noting that Maharashtra is going through a second COVID-19 wave. The state on Friday decided to impose Night Curfew from Sunday.

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Sachin Tendulkar Tests Covid-19 positive: Maharashtra going through second round of Covid-19 wave, night Curfew In Maharashtra imposed

Maharashtra will enforce a night curfew from Sunday, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray’s office said, as the state struggles with its biggest surge in coronavirus infections since the beginning of the pandemic. Shopping malls will be closed from 8 pm to 7 am, the order said.

CM Thackeray warned of stricter restrictions if the people did not follow COVID-19 safety rules. He said that district chiefs will decide when to order lockdowns but said that there will not be any sudden state-wide lockdown and the public will be given advance notice.

“I do not wish to impose lockdown. But there seems a possibility of healthcare facilities falling short given the rise in number of coronavirus patients,” Mr Thackeray was quoted

as saying in a statement released by his office.

 

He asked officials to ensure availability of adequate hospital beds and medicines, the statement said.

Maharashtra recorded 36,902 coronavirus infections on Friday, the highest one-day rise since the pandemic began, along with 112 deaths. The state has added over 1.3 lakh cases in five days. Mumbai also surpassed it’s record of 5,504 cases from yesterday with 5,513 new infections and nine deaths.

Sachin Tendulkar Tests Covid-19 positive: Maharashtra going through second round of Covid-19 wave, night Curfew In Maharashtra imposed