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India women's T20I skipper Harmanpreet Kaur announces recovery from COVID-19

  • Press Trust of India
  • April 16th, 2021
  • 18:12:05 IST

New Delhi: Indian women's T20 captain Harmanpreet Kaur on Friday announced that she has recovered from COVID-19.

Harmanpreet had tested positive and made it public on 30 March. After more than two weeks, her RT-PCR report has come negative.

"Happy to inform you all that I have tested -ve & I'm feeling better. My only message to y'all is to take care & be extra careful. The virus is real & it's dangerous. Follow all the protocols set up by the authorities. Wishing strength to the ones who are in the middle of the fight," Harmanpreet tweeted.

Harmanpreet had injured herself in the ODI home series against South Africa last month and missed the following T20s.

Updated Date: April 16, 2021 18:12:05 IST

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