Team Indian Player Tested Covid positive :-
With the start of the Test series against England, 2 Indian players have been confirmed to have corona infection. Corona damage to 2 Indian team players in England.
From source- Rishab Pant and support staf Dayanand Garani are tested covid positive.
After the BCCI World Test Championship final in shock, the Indian team players stay there for the Test series against England. The first match of this test series will start on August 4th. Players around the city The Virat Kohli lead Indian team was given a 10-day break as England had almost one and a half months left in the series after the World Test final. That is, for these 10 days the players went out of the bio-bubble. They were allowed to travel around the UK with their families.
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Already, it was a golden opportunity for Indian players who had come to England as a family. Thus, these 10 days were celebrated and enjoyed in the UK with the family. Meanwhile, ANI has reported that 2 Indian players have been diagnosed with corona infection. The statement said, “Two players have been confirmed infected in England, but both are now in good health, one with a negative result and the other with a corona test on July 18, ending 10 days of isolation”. No signs, Only the names of the two players are not mentioned. The result has been negative for one of them. Another has been kept in solitary confinement since he tested positive last Sunday. He has no symptoms and will return to the team with a negative result.
This corona affair of bustling players has just come out. The main reason for this is said to be a holiday given for 10 days. At the time, many players went to watch the Wimbledon tennis series and Euro football matches, but now the corona damage has caused a stir.
Cricket fans are praying to God for quick recovery of the positive player. India tour of England, match start from 4th August 2021.