Bangladesh national team cricketer Mashrafe Bin Mortaza, who tested positive for the novel coronavirus, is physically doing well and receiving treatment at home, family has said.
Professor ABM Abdullah, the personal physician of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, is supervising the treatment of Mashrafe who is also a lawmaker from Narail-2 constituency.
Usually, a coronavirus patient needs a chest X-ray as part of a follow-up according to doctors' advice.
Mashrafe's family members have contacted the Combined Military Hospital in the capital in this regard.
Mashrafe, though he has asthma, is not feeling any chest pain until now, his younger brother Morsalin Bin Mortaza told The Business Standard on Monday.
Mahsrafe tested positive for the novel coronavirus on June 20 as he was suffering from fever for two days. Earlier, the national cricketer's mother-in-law and a cousin contracted the virus.