Kovid got positive for three West Indies players who came for the Pakistan tour. Corona infects management member along with three players …
Kovid got positive for three West Indies players who came for the Pakistan tour. Corona infected a management member along with three players. All three players have been infected with the virus and will not be available for the series against Pakistan. The Corona came to Caribbean players Roston Chase, Sheldon Cottrell and Kyle Meyers. The West Indies team arrived in Pakistan on Thursday. The Caribbean team will play three T20s and three ODIs in Pakistan from Monday as part of a limited-overs tour. The Cricket West Indies (CWI) said that four West Indies tested positive for Kovid after PCR tests after arriving in Pakistan, all of whom were in isolation. Left-arm pacer Sheldon Cottrell, all-rounders Roston Chase, Kyle Meyers, a member of the team management unit will not be available to take part in the Pakistan series. All four members were fully vaccinated. They do not have large corona features. ” Cricket West Indies statement said.
Players and staff are still in room isolation. We hope the tour continues even if they get the corona. It is impossible to completely eliminate the risk of COVID-19 infection. Living in almost bio-secure bubbles since before the CPL. The absence of three players from our squad will seriously affect the preparations. But the rest of the squad is in good spirits. ” Told Cricket West Indies CEO Johnny Grave.
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