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London: Former England all-rounder Ian Botham has claimed that he was infected with the dreaded coronovirus earlier this year, but considered it “a bad case of the flu”.
The infectious disease has infected more than 10 million people worldwide, killing more than 500,000 people.
“I think the thing to remember is that six months ago no one knew what it was, hadn’t heard of it,” Botham told Good Morning Britain.
“Actually I have it. I had it in late December, early January, and I felt that I had a bad case of the flu. It’s amazing how long it’s been around, not all of us details. You know. It was a lot in the dark, let’s see what happens. ”
Botham urged people to show a little patience as he hoped things would get better in a few weeks.
“I think people are responding very well. I hope they show a little more patience over the next few weeks, so we can get into a situation where everyone can move around.”
While the three-Test series between England and the West Indies starting on 8 July will mark the resumption of international cricket after a coronovirus-enforced break, club cricket still continues.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson called the cricket ball ‘a natural vector of disease’ last Tuesday and his decision to uphold the ban on recreational cricket was sparked by former cricketers including former England captain Michael Vaughan.
Botham has little doubt that the game will begin soon as cricket is a sport in which social distance is possible.
The 64-year-old said, “I think cricket will come back very soon. Cricket can be played. There is no real physical contact, you can put your social distances quite easily.”
Botham, who is chairman in Durham, said discussions are on and a decision will come soon.
“I believe there will be some meetings where decisions will be made. From my point of view, talking to the boys in Durham, they are back in training, they are very keen, eager to get out there and play,” As any young player, ”he said.
“There is a discussion about whether it is white ball or red ball cricket – it should be both, all aspects of the game should come back.
“There are a lot of people there, we have people in Durham, who are in the final year of their contract, are young players, and if they don’t get a chance to show that they got out of the middle, then these Some contracts will not be renewed. ”

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