Mahmudullah thanked the frontliner who are fighting the spread of coronavirus

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Mahmudullah thanked the frontliner who are fighting the spread of coronavirus
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Bangladesh T20I captain Mahmudullah thanked the doctors and nurses country that are on the frontline fighting against the corona virus war in the country.

Mahmudullah took to his social media public pages on Saturday to thank the people involved in the healthcare sector of the country.

 “I would like to cordially thank our doctors, nurses and others who are involve in health service. The way they have come forward in this crisis situation and in serving the country is amazing and I am sure you will be benefited from this one day,” said all-rounder Mahmudullah.

“Stay home, stay safe. We might become frustrated from this and bored. Might come in mind to go out for a bit and meet some friends. But we should simply throw those thoughts from our mind. Nothing is better than staying home at the moment. The time demands so. We personally should strictly follow this rule and should also make sure that everyone in the family does the same. We should stay safe and ensure that others are safe too,” Mahmudulah added in the video message.




“As sportsman it is tough for me to stay back at home but I am doing that. I am helping with work at home, watering the plan, reading book, doing physical exercise and giving a lot of time to members of the family,” he added.

Bangladesh has been in a lockdown since Thursday however not for those in the health service. As fears of community transmissions rise, the doctors and nurses and other concerned authorities are still going out every day to win a battle the country cannot afford to lose.

Mahmudullah also urged everyone to stand besides those who live on day wages. He emphasized that many are without job because of staying home and that those able in the society should take initiative to help those in need.

“The day workers are jobless now. It is important for us to stand beside them. We should try to come forward and help them,” said Mahmudullah.

Bangladesh all-rounder Mahmudullah believes the crisis will end soon and “We should follow the rules for few days and maintain social distance. We will soon recover from the calamity InShaaAllah. I believe the good days are not far away from us. We should all try to do give something back to the country.”




Bangladesh till Saturday afternoon has confirmed five deaths  and 48 cases from Covid-19. Four more patients have recovered from the novel coronavirus which meant that a total of 15 patients have recovered so far in the country.


According to worldometer has infected 597,267 people and claimed the lives of 27,370 people. 133,373 infected people have also recovered across the world.


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