Former Pakistan skipper Shahid Afridi who tested positive for the ongoing pandemic earlier recovered from the contagious disease and tested negative for the virus. He confirmed the news by himself.
He took to Twitter to confirm the news of him, along with his wife and two daughters testing negative for the respiratory disease. Testing negative is an indication of recovery from the disease.
In his Twitter post, Shahid Afridi said, his wife and daughters, Aqsa & Ansha who were res-tested for the pandemic tested negative and everything is normal now. He thanked his fans and followers who wished for his speedy recovery.
The former cricketer got infected with the respiratory disease on the 13th of June and he confirmed the news on the microblogging site Twitter.
Looking at his career, he made his debut in international cricket in the year 1996 who played 27 Tests, 398 ODIs, and 99 T20Is. Though he entered the team as an opening batsman, Afridi emerged as an all-rounder by brushing his off-spinner skills.