Two women cricketers returning to Zimbabwe have been attacked by Coroner Amicron

Two women cricketers returning to Zimbabwe have been attacked by Coroner Amicron


Two players of the Bangladesh women’s cricket team have been reported to have been infected with the ammonia type of corona in the country. The Ministry of Health has confirmed that today.

Health Minister Zahid Malek confirmed this today, saying, “We have quarantined the two women cricketers who were found to have amicron type in their bodies.” They are healthy. All the treatment they need is going on. ‘

This is the first time in the country that a new type of corona amicron has been identified. This ‘amicron’ type of coronavirus has been identified in the bodies of two members of the Bangladesh women’s cricket team returning to Zimbabwe.

Saturday (December 11) at noon, the chief scientific officer of the Institute of Pathology, Disease Control and Research (IEDCR). ASM Alamgir confirmed the matter. On the other hand, Health Minister Zahid Malek also gave this information to the journalists after a program organized at Dhaka Children’s Hospital.

Dr. ASM Alamgir said that two Bangladeshi women cricketers returning to Zimbabwe have been infected with Omicron. They are both normal. No one has any kind of complicated symptoms. They are in isolation in a hotel in the capital, said Dr. Alamgir.

Last December 6 (Monday) night, the Director General of Health, Professor. ABM Khurshid Alam said the national women’s cricket team returned from Zimbabwe on December 1. All of them have been sent to Hotel Pan Pacific Sonargaon for institutional quarantine. Then on December 1, 3 and 5, their corona was tested in three phases. After the third Test, two players were found positive today.

Zimbabwe qualifies for World Cup Where the girls of Bangladesh have set foot in the World Cup as they are ahead in the rankings. The World Cup will be held in New Zealand next year. The Tigers will play there for the first time.

Although the amicron variant of the first-identified coronavirus in South Africa is highly contagious, the World Health Organization (WHO) says the virus is weaker than the delta type. Omicron can easily infect infected people or people who have been vaccinated with previous strains of the virus, the agency said. However, the effects of this infection are mild.

On November 24, for the first time in South Africa, a patient with amicone was diagnosed. After that it spread to different countries of the world. An expert called the variant B1.1.529, the first identified corona in South Africa, “the most terrifying of all time.”

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