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Nazmul Islam Apu is okay

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Sports Reporter :
Player of Bangladesh Cricket team Nazmul Islam Apu is totally okay now. Apu was under test of coronavirus on Tuesday and the result was negative. His mother and father's Covid-19 test were also negative.
Apu acted for the victims of coronavirus. He couldn't stay home. He stood beside the helpless people, who were the patient of coronavirus. Later, he was attacked by coronavirus and he had been suffering from coronavitus for 10 days. After became positive of coronavirus test, Apu stayed home 10 days.
Apu said to a local website, " I am totally okay now. My father and mother are also well now. The results of all of our coronavirus test are negative."
Nazmul Islam Apu stood beside the victims of coronavirus of Narayanganj from the starting of coronavirus outbreak. Apart from Narayanganj, Apu also helped the infected people of coronavirus of different districts. But later, He became a patient of coronavirus patient on June 20.
Apu said, " My father, mother and I had our coronavirus test on Monday last. I got the result of the tests on Tuesday. All the result of the tests became negative. We stayed home and followed the advice of the physician. We tried our best to become positive always. It was a tough task to come out from the virus. We had to positive always at home. To fight against coronavirus, one should be strict and adamant."
He said, " After became positive of coronavirus test, lot of people talked to us over mobile phones. A good number of people came our home and encourage us to come out from the coronavirus. Thanks to the Almighty that we have overcome coronavirus."
Left-arm spinner Nazmul Islam Apu played one Test match, five One Day International (ODI) matches and 13 Twenty20 International matches.




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