Mumbai: The Indian Premier League (IPL) season is once again in danger of a corona. Covid’s case has come up in the Delhi Capitals team, following which the entire team has been quarantined. The team has been stopped from going to Pune.
- One player came positive after the physio of Delhi Capitals
- The Australian player reportedly showed signs of covid
- All the players of the team were quarantined in the hotel for two days
- All players will be RTPCR for two days
- The match between Delhi and Punjab on April 20 may be postponed
3 days ago Delhi Capitals team physio Patrick came positive, then the team played against Bangalore but today according to a report, one of the players of the team has come back positive. Now all the members of the Delhi Capitals team have been quarantined at the hotel. All the players will be kept in the hotel for the next two days. All the players will be tested once again. Then the next decision will be taken. Next date The match between Delhi and Punjab on April 20 may be postponed.
Earlier, the team’s physio Patrick Farhart tested positive in the Covid-19 test. Farhart is currently in isolation after testing positive in the Covid-19 test. The Delhi Capitals medical team is keeping a close eye on him. They are not touring with the team. After Patrick, a player from the Delhi team also tested positive in the Rapid Antigen test. All players will then be subjected to an RT-PCR test for two days, after which a decision will be made.
It is believed that the Australian all-rounder showed some symptoms of the disease, after which the player tested positive for the antigen. Another member of the support staff is also showing symptoms but is awaiting the results of his RT-PCR test, the report said. Outside the IPL bio-bubble, cases of Kovid-19 are on the rise. Even within the bio-bubble, the risk of the virus has increased.