Former Bangladesh cricket captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza, who had tested COVID-19 positive, went to the Combined Military Hospital (CMH) on Monday afternoon to undergo an X-ray of his chest.
However, from the hospital, he told Prothom Alo that he was doing fine. The X-ray is just a precaution as he previously had respiratory problems.
There have been some rumours on the social media that the Narail-2 MP had fallen ill. To dispel the rumours, Mashrafe posted a status on his Facebook profile saying, "I might need to go to the hospital to take some tests. It's nothing serious."
He is supposed to return to his Mirpur residence after the tests. Mashrafe is under the treatment of Professor ABM Abdullah, the physician of the prime minister. The BCB physicians are also in touch with the former captain.
Masharfe said the rest of his family were doing good and he is very confident and positive about beating COVID-19.