Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) Director and Awami League's Organizing Secretary Shafiul Alam Chowdhury Nadel, who tested positive for coronavirus on May 21, has recovered after remaining in isolation for two weeks. Nadel, whose test on Wednesday came out negative, mentioned that he was never terrified and has always remained mentally strong while fighting the disease.
"Yesterday my test came out negative. I have recovered from coronavirus," said a delighted Nadel to The Daily Star.
Nadel also mentioned that he never had any severe symptoms.
"I actually never had any telling symptoms. I had slight fever and a sore throat. I did not face any more trouble during the isolation. But I do wonder how much antibody my body has created," said Nadel.
Nadel mentioned how important it is to stay strong mentally to recover from this virus.
"I was never petrified after being tested positive. I was strong mentally. Many people also called and asked me to stay strong. Starting from BCB president to almost everyone called and enquired about my health. Actually it is very important to stay mentally strong during this period," concluded Nadel.