Mumbai: The big news has come about the Indian Premier League (IPL). Corona has exploded in the camp of Delhi Capitals. After which BCCI has taken a big decision. Now the match between Delhi Capitals and Punjab Kings will be played in Mumbai instead of Pune. Cases of five corona have been found simultaneously. A statement has been issued by the IPL in this regard.
The IPL said that the corona report of 5 people from Delhi Capitals has come positive. Following which the match will be played in Mumbai instead of Pune. According to the information, everyone has been kept in isolation since the Corona case came to light. Each will be examined on the sixth and seventh day of isolation, after which the next decision will be made.
These members were born in Corona
- Patrick Farhart (Physio)
- Chetan Kumar (Massage Therapist)
- Michelle Marsh (player)
- Abhijeet Salvi (Doctor)
- Akash Mane (Social Media Team)
All reports from April 19 are negative
From April 16, RT-PCR tests are being conducted daily in the entire camp of Delhi Capitals. The fourth round of the test was held on April 19. All those reports have been negative. The entire team will also be tested on the morning of April 20. In an earlier statement, the Delhi franchise said, “Delhi Capitals all-rounder Mitchell Marsh has tested positive for COVID-19 and has been admitted to hospital. The Delhi Capitals medical team is closely monitoring Marsh’s condition.
A few more members of the bio-bubble (support staff) also tested positive, although they did not show any signs of corona virus and are being closely monitored by the medical team.
All players were quarantined
All the players of Delhi Capitals were quarantined in connection with the Corona case. The team has been asked to train in Mumbai. The BCCI also does not want the players to go to Pune so that there is no further bio-bubble breach. On the other hand, all the members of the Delhi Capitals team underwent a new Covid-19 test on Tuesday morning, the results of which are yet to come.
The BCCI’s troubles could escalate
IPL 2021 was heavily affected by the Corona epidemic. Then on May 4, 2021, the IPL had to be postponed midway. The announcement came after Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) wicket-keeper batsman Riddhiman Saha and Delhi Capitals spinner Amit Mishra tested positive for the Covid-19. During that time, a total of 29 league matches were played until the league was postponed. Given the current situation, BCCI’s difficulties may increase again.
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