Days after Team India lead trainer Ravi Shastri was kept in separation, reports propose that another care staff from the Indian camp on Thursday tried positive for COVID-19. The advancement happens after individuals from the instructing staff, Shastri, Bharat Arun, and R Sridhar went into isolation after the previous tried positive for the infection.
According to a report IND and ENG final & fifth match has been required to be postponed, due to the COVID-19 in Manchester, which is scheduled to begin from Friday, in question. The report referenced that none of the players have so far tried positive for the infection, however, it is said they were in close contact with the contaminated care staff part.
The report likewise proposed that BCCI isn't extremely enthused about pushing forward with the last Test and has effectively addressed the group in Manchester. It added that BCCI doesn't need the COVID factor to again shorten its Indian Premier League aspirations, which is good to go to continue from September 19.
Practice Match Was Also Cancelled
Group India's group practice in front of the fifth Test was dropped and it is being accounted for that the players have been firmly encouraged to stay in their rooms and not meet one another, a prudent advance to forestall the breakout of the infection.
India subsequent to winning the Lord's and Oval Test have taken an unassailable 2-1 lead in the five-match Test series.
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