Ahead of the Test series starting against England, worrying news has come out from the Indian cricket team. Two players of Team India have been found to be Corona positive.
This has happened when Team India is running on break since the World Test Championship. Of the two players who have been found corona positive, one of them has also recovered while the other player will be tested soon.
According to the information, the Indian player who is still Corona positive is wicketkeeper batsman Rishabh Pant.
According to news agency ANI, both the players had mild symptoms like chills, cough. But the condition of both is under control. After coming positive, one player has been found negative in the test, while the second player will be tested on 18 July. On July 18, the player will have his tenth day in isolation.
According to sources, the second player’s test will be held on Sunday, soon after coming negative, that player will also join the camp of the rest of the team.
If we talk about Team India’s plan, then all the players have gathered in London, all will now go to Durham. Only the player who is positive now, he will not go. All players have also been tested before joining the bubble.
According to the information, the players have taken the second dose of the vaccine 3-4 days ago. In the letter from the BCCI, the players were told that no player was forbidden to go to Wimbledon and Euro.
Practice match to start from 20th
Sources have informed the agency that it is not a matter of concern before England’s Test series. Because all the players are fine, following the rules and all have to be tested regularly.
Let us tell you that the first Test match against England is to be played in the first week of August. Before that, from July 20, the Indian team has to play a county match, which will be a three-day practice match.
All the players of Team India were on a break since the final of the World Test Championship. All the players were in the UK during this time and were spending time with their families. All the players had to gather in the camp before the five-match series against England.