New DelhiThe whole world is in the grip of corona virus and every effort is being made to uproot it. Whether it is a king or a runk, the danger of this epidemic is looming over everyone. Anyone can fall prey to it. Like millions of Indians, master blaster Sachin Tendulkar too was hit by the corona virus. However, he defeated Covid-19 in the same way as he used to beat the opposition bowlers on the cricket field. The master told Zee News about the story of the exciting victory over the epidemic corona virus that this match was not easy. He said- When the bowler is bowling well, then the batsman has to go on the back foot and play. The batsman is the only one on the field, he has to play the ball, but without the team he cannot go on the field and play. Similarly, my family was with me for recovery. Were friends and most important were doctors. He took great care of me. Sachin told that when I came to know the symptoms, then I got isolated and the report came later. It was a good thing for me. After the Covid-19 was confirmed, the doctors said that let’s see a week, if need be, then you will have to be admitted to the hospital. I was in a lot of pain during that time. When his health deteriorated, he went to the hospital. During this, I completely followed whatever the medical team suggested to me. Describing the struggle after recovery, the former Indian cricketer, who is called the God of Cricket, said – When I returned home from the hospital, I was isolated for a week on the advice of doctors. Overall the experience of the match with Corona was difficult. Also, while telling about his blood donation, he said – Recently a member of my family had a major operation. It required a lot of blood, we all panicked. An unknown person saved his life by giving blood. I don’t know about them, but I want to say thank you to them. Sachin told that after this, on the occasion of World Blood Donation Day on June 14, my team and I had decided to donate blood. Let us inform that Sachin Tendulkar was found to be Covid-19 positive after participating in the Road Safety World Series in Raipur.
[Attribution to NBT]