IPL 2020: Delhi Capitals Assistant Physiotherapist Tests Positive for COVID-19 Assistant Physiotherapist of Delhi Capital has tested positive for the franchise’s COVID-19 announced on Sunday. The franchise said it was negative in its first two tests upon arrival in the United Arab Emirates, but came positive for a third.
He was undergoing his mandatory quarantine. and tested negative for this first two tests when he came to Dubai and tested positive for the third one.
IPL 2020 Physiotherapist Tests Positive COVID-19
He was yet to meet, and meet any player Was not allowed to meet or was not in contact. With the staff. The franchise. He was immediately sidelined, and is currently in the IPL separation facility in Dubai for the next 14 days, eventually giving him two negative reports for him. Will be able to produce, which is based in Delhi. A franchisee said in a statement, able to join the Capital Squad. The franchise’s medical team is in constant contact with him and wishes him to get well soon.
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The Delhi team is already training for the IPL, provided it is not in contact with a player.
The development comes after the positivity of Chennai Super Kings’ 13-member travel team COVID-19, which forces the squad to extend the period of their separation. However, all other members of CSK tested negative and have since started training for the tournament.
Before coming to the UAE, Rajasthan Royals’ fielding coach Dishant Yagnik also tested positive for the virus. He ended his isolation and testing protocol and joined the team in Dubai.
The IPL is scheduled to begin on September 19, with the Mumbai Indians landing with the Chennai Super Kings in Abu Dhabi as the tournament opener.
The Indian Premier League (IPL 2020) is all set to begin in the UAE from 19 September, but Kovid-19 cases are growing among the franchisees. The Delhi Capitals confirmed on Sunday that a member of the support staff had tested positive for Kovid-19 during the third round of testing.
“Delhi Capital Assistant Physiotherapist has tested positive for COVID-19. The franchise reported through a press release that they were undergoing mandatory quarantine, and when they arrived in Dubai they tested negative for their first two tests and tested positive for the third.
continued. “He was not together yet and was not in contact with any franchise players or staff.
He was immediately sidelined, and currently has an IPL separation facility in Dubai for the next 14 days, ending in I would have had them. Prepare two negative reports to be able to join the Delhi Capitals squad. The franchise’s medical team is in constant contact with her, and wishes her a quick recovery.
The development comes on a day when BCCI came out with a full schedule of IPL 2020. The bio-safe bubble first dissolved when several members of the Chennai Super Kings tested positive for Kovid-19, which included two players.
The English County match was abandoned after the player tested positive for Kovid-19.
The Bob Willis Trophy match between Northamptonshire and Gloucestershire in Bristol was called off on Sunday after an unnamed Northamptonshire player returned positive for the deadly virus.
The four-day cricket match between the two English county sides was abandoned on day one, following a player’s positive test for Kovid-19. The Bob Willis Trophy match between Northamptonshire and Gloucestershire in Bristol was called off on Sunday after an unnamed Northamptonshire player returned positive for the deadly virus. Even though the players were not part of the current squad of Northamptonshire in Bristol as they self-isolated at home while awaiting their test results, some members of the team were in contact with them for 48 hours before showing signs of Cove.
Northamptonshire stated, “In the interests of player welfare, it has been agreed between Gloucestershire, Northamptonshire and the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) that the Bob Willis Trophy match currently being played at the Bryan County County Ground has been abandoned, “Northamptonshire said in a statement on its website.
“just before lunch for the first season of the game .it was revealed that a mamber of the Northamptonshire playing squad tested positive for COVID-19 .
“Gloucestershire. Northamptonshire and the ECB are united in the belief that player welfare is paramount and risk should be taken with the health and safety of the players. offcials and administrators involved in match “