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.
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 Kaur (@ImHarmanpreet) April 16, 2021
Harmanpreet had injured herself in the ODI home series against South Africa last month and missed the following T20s.
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