Ex-England all-rounder and one of the legends of cricket, Ian Botham has stated that he got contaminated by COVID-19. Not long ago but confused it with a "terrible instance of influenza". The feared infection has contaminated more than 10 million individuals worldwide while executing more than 500,000.
He had COVID-19 six months back, Botham told when nobody even realized the danger from the infection.
Everything was in dark at that period
"I think the thing to remember is that six months ago no-one even knew what this was, hadn't heard of it," Botham told Good Morning Britain.
He said he really had it. Botham had it toward the finish of December, the start of January. And he thought he had an awful instance of influenza. It's astounding to what extent it has been near, people don't have a clue about all the subtleties. It was a lot of such an in obscurity, people should perceive what occurs.
The previous English incredible asked individuals to show tolerance while trusting things will be better in the following couple of weeks with an expectation that individuals can move around uninhibitedly.
Botham thinks individuals have been reacting very well. He trusts they show more persistence throughout the following couple of weeks or something like that, so everyone can get to a circumstance where everyone can move around.
Botham is of the opinion that cricket will be back without ado as there is no sincere physical exchange in the game. According to the 64-year old cricketer, cricket will be back without further ado. Cricket can be played without much trouble.
Three-match Test of England against West Indies is set to begin from July 8. The Joe Root-led team planned to game against Pakistan after the tournament against Windies.