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Coronavirus:In self-isolation in USA,Shakib al Hasan says Painful I can’t see my daughter

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Screen grab of Shakib al Hasan video.

In the tough times for the World amid Coronavirus Pandemic, Bangladesh cricketer Shakib al Hasan has posted heart breaking video on Facebook in which he said itbis is painfully not to see his daughter as he had to undergo self isolation.

Shakib al Hasan posted emotional message on Facebook on Sunday in which he expressed his emotions after being in self-isolation at a hotel in USA amid coronavirus scare.

As of Sunday, nearly 350,000 people were infected with COVID-19 in USA, with the global death had reached past 15,000.

In a video posted on his Facebook account, Shakib explained that he has decided to go into a 14-day self-isolation period to keep everyone around himself safe after he landed in USA a few days ago.

File pic of Shakib al Hasan with daughter and wife.

“I reached the USA a few days ago, and I was a bit worried during the flight (due to Covid-19 pandemic).. But I tried to keep up with the hygiene directives and precautionary measures. After I reached the US, I headed straight to the hotel. I informed my wife and daughter that I would be staying here,” he said.

 The Bangladesh cricketer added: “Since I took the flight to the US, there is a risk of me carrying the virus. So, I decided to isolate myself. I didn’t even meet my daughter after coming here. It is very painful for me that I can’t see her. But I think this sacrifice is very important at the moment.”

“Those who are staying abroad, it’s important to stay indoors and avoid going outdoors. Another thing that one should be mindful is not allowing relatives or neighbours at your places. It’s important to stay at home at least in the next 14 days,” he further said.