Akram Khan tests positive for coronavirus
Published: 11:05 AM, 10 April 2021 Updated: 11:05 AM, 10 April 2021
Former Bangladesh national cricket team captain and one of the top directors of the cricket board Akram Khan has tested positive for coronavirus.
The chairman of the BCB's cricket operations committee is now in isolation following the hygiene rules.
Akram Khan has been suffering from mild symptoms for several days. He gave sample for the coronavirus test on Friday. Report of the sample test came positive for the virus on Friday night.
Confirming the news to media on Saturday morning, Akram said that he is well.
Meanwhile, earlier, Gamini de Silva, the chief curator of the Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium in Mirpur, was infected with by coronavirus before Akram Khan.