Current India quick bowler among various CSK individuals to test COVID-19 positive in UAE
The development has forced CSK to extend the quarantine period for the touring party till September 1.
A current India restricted overs cricketer is among numerous individuals from the Chennai Super Kings unforeseen who have tried positive for COVID-19, compelling the establishment to broaden its isolate period in Dubai in front of the IPL.
An association source uncovered that all COVID-19 positive outcomes came during day 1, 3 and 6 of testing after the unforeseen’s arrival in Dubai.
The IPL is due to begin on September 19.
“Truly, a right-arm medium quick bowler, who has as of late played for India, alongside a couple of staff individuals have tried positive for COVID-19,” a senior IPL source told PTI on states of obscurity.
“Supposedly, one of the senior-most authorities of the CSK the board and his better half, and in any event two individuals from their online media group are likewise COVID-19 positive,” he included.
The improvement has constrained CSK to broaden the isolate period for the visiting party till September 1.
As indicated by the BCCI’s Standard Operating Procedure (SOP), each one of the individuals who test positive are ordered to experience an extra seven-day isolate.
They can enter the bio-secure air pocket simply in the wake of returning negative in tests to be led after the all-encompassing detachment.