Boom Boom Afridi successfully hit the COVID-19 ball out of the park
The legend of Pakistan Cricket Shahid Khan Afridi and his family have successfully smashed the COVID-19 out of their home. The former skipper of the national team took to Twitter yesterday evening to break out the good news that he, his wife, and both daughters (Aqsa and Ansha) have tested negative for coronavirus.
Lala announced the good news yesterday on his twitter account that alhamdulillah he and his family have tested negative for COVID-19.
Shahid Afridi wrote:
“Alhamdulillah, my wife & daughters, Aqsa & Ansha have re-tested after our previously positive results for #COVIDー19, & are now clear. Thanking u all for your continuous well wishes, & may the Almighty bless you and yours. Now back to family time; I’ve missed holding this one.”
Alhamdulillah, my wife & daughters, Aqsa & Ansha have re-tested after our previously positive results for #COVIDー19, & are now clear. Thanking u all for your continuous well wishes, & may the Almighty bless you and yours. Now back to family time; I’ve missed holding this one 😊 pic.twitter.com/J5mDv7DnBD
— Shahid Afridi (@SAfridiOfficial) July 2, 2020
Afridi contracted the deadly virus on June 13, last month while performing his philanthropic activities, as he was busy in the effort to deliver food items to the needy people all over the country amid the COVID-19 induced lockdown.
Since then he and his direct family went into quarantine to avoid the spread of the deadly virus among other close relatives and friends, and Alhamdulillah has now successfully recovered from the novel coronavirus.
Although this was a tough time for Afridi, he is grateful that his mandatory isolation period gave him the valuable free time to spend it entirely with his beloved family. He also thanked the fans for their continuous support and wellness wishes on various social media platforms.
Boom Boom has been part of the national cricket team from 1996 and immediately became the sensation of cricket as he struck the fastest ODI hundred in 37 balls against Sri Lanka. He served the national team for 20 years and retired from the national scene in 2016, but is still active in the domestic T20 leagues.
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