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Irfan Pathan Lauds Kerala For Least Number Of Coronavirus Cases In India

Irfan Pathan, in his latest tweet, wrote that Kerala is doing a great job in their fight against coronavirus, with only one positive case in the last 24 hours.

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Former Indian pacer Irfan Pathan on Thursday sent out a tweet praising the state of Kerala in their battle against coronavirus. The coronavirus cases in India has been rising every passing day due to which the Indian government decided to extend the India lockdown until May 3. Recently, the former cricketer had tweeted on coronavirus using cricket analogies. He urged people to continue staying at home courtesy the coronavirus pandemic.

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Irfan Pathan's tweet over coronavirus in Kerala 

In his latest tweet, Irfan Pathan wrote that Kerala has been doing really well in their fight against coronavirus. He added that that the state so far has registered only one positive coronavirus case in the last 24 hours. In his tweet, he also added that Kerala is definitely doing something right since the state has done the largest number of coronavirus tests in the country.

A tweet from the Chief Minister's Office in Kerala said that as of April 15, the total number of cases in Kerala is 387, out of which 167 cases are active and 218 have recovered from coronavirus. On Wednesday, only one new case was reported. Kerala was the first state in India to report confirmed coronavirus cases. So far, just 3 people have died in the state because of coronavirus.

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Irfan Pathan coronavirus donation during India lockdown 

Recently, Irfan Pathan and his brother Yusuf Pathan in their fight against coronavirus, donated face masks to the medical staff and health workers, who are helping out people during India lockdown. Irfan Pathan announced the news on Twitter and said that face masks for the heroes were going to be handed over to the Health Department in order for it to be distributed. 

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Irfan Pathan retirement 

In January this year, Irfan Pathan decided to retire from cricket after an impressive career with Team India. The Irfan Pathan retirement news comes after an injury-ridden career. Irfan Pathan went onto represent India in 29 Tests, 120 ODIs and 24 T20Is, picking up 301 wickets across the three formats. Irfan Pathan’s elder brother Yusuf Pathan has also gone on to represent India and the duo were part of India’s victorious ICC World T20 2007 campaign. 

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