Sachin Tendulkar thanked followers for birthday needs, appealed to donate blood plasma for Covid-19 sufferers.© Sachin Tendulkar/Twitter
Former India cricketer Sachin Tendulkar posted on social media to thank his followers and well-wishers for his or her greetings on his 48th birthday. Tendulkar turned 48 on Saturday and desires poured in from the cricket neighborhood, sportspersons, followers and different eminent personalities. “Hello everyone, thank you so very much for your birthday wishes. It has truly made my day,” Tendulkar stated in a video posted by him on social media. He then defined how he recovered from Covid-19 after testing constructive for the virus late final month. “Last month has been a troublesome month for me. I was tested positive and needed to be remoted for 21 days,” he stated.
Thank you everybody to your heat needs. It’s made my day particular. I’m very grateful certainly.
Take care and keep secure. pic.twitter.com/SwWYPNU73q
— Sachin Tendulkar (@sachin_rt) April 24, 2021
“Your prayers and good wishes, my family’s prayers and good wishes, friends (and) last but not the least, all the doctors and their staff – they kept me in a positive frame of mind and helped me recover. A big thank you to all of you,” he added.
Tendulkar implored individuals to donate blood plasma on the plasma donation centre he had inaugurated final yr.
Blood plasma of those that have recovered from Covid-19 is utilized in remedy of lively Covid-19 sufferers.
“If plasma can be given at the right time, patients can recover faster,” Tendulkar recalled what the medical doctors had instructed him.
“I will donate (blood plasma) when permissible. I have spoken with the doctors. Those of you who have recovered from Covid-19 can speak with the doctors, and when permissible please donate your blood,” he implored.
Tendulkar performed worldwide cricket for India from 1989 to 2013 and completed because the main scorer in Test and ODI cricket.
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