Getting better! Shane Warne looks happy and healthy as he returns to work in the UK after battling Covid-19
Australian cricket icon Shane Warne has returned to work after battling Covid-19 while fully vaccinated.
The 51-year-old, who currently lives in the UK and coaches an English team, was seen on Wednesday looking happy and healthy while commenting in Leeds.
Shane was seen smiling and laughing as he went to work for the England v India match at Emerald Headingley Stadium.
Getting better! Shane Warne looked happy and healthy as he returned to work in the UK on Wednesday after battling Covid-19
The sports star looked neat in a navy jacket and sweater and looked excited to be at the cricket ground.
The Sky presenter posted a photo of himself on Instagram from that day on, saying it was “great to be back to comment with the team.”
Earlier this month, Shane broke his silence about his shock Covid-19 diagnosis, which happened after he was fully vaccinated.
Excited: The sports star looked smart in a navy jacket and sweater and looked excited to be at the cricket pitch
Shane shared a post on Instagram at the time, thanking fans for their support and saying his symptoms were “mild” thanks to a double jab.
Shane shared an Instagram story that read, “Thank you all for the get well messages.
“They really mean a lot. I am double vaccinated so the Covid-19 symptoms are mild. Hopefully I’ll be back on my feet soon.’
When news first broke about his diagnosis, the retired spin bowler felt unwell and had a positive lateral flow test.
He’s back! The Sky presenter posted a picture of himself on Instagram from that day on, saying it was ‘great to be back to comment with the team’
He isolated himself, along with his coaching colleague from the London Spirit 100 balls team, of which he is the head coach, who also tested positive.
“Shane will isolate himself from the squad and support staff while he awaits the PCR results,” the team said in a statement.
“A second member of the team is self-isolating after also returning a positive test.”
‘Thanks for the get well messages’: Earlier this month, Shane broke his silence on his shock Covid-19 diagnosis, which happened after he was fully vaccinated
Shane recently returned to Britain as the head coach of London Spirit in England’s inaugural limited-overs competition The Hundred.
Shane recently told The Herald Sun he was fully vaccinated after receiving the Pfizer shot and urged others to do the same.
“I had the Pfizer, I had to wait for them to release it over 50 years so I could get it done,” Shane said.
“For Australia, just go get the jab. I know we have a lot of anti-vaxxers, but if you don’t get stung, you go into lockdown.’
‘I had the Pfizer’: Shane recently told The Herald Sun that he was fully vaccinated after receiving the Pfizer shot and urged others to do the same