Just as the Indian cricket team was set to begin its preparations for the 5-match Test series in England, Rishabh Pant is said to have tested positive for Covid-19. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) secretary, Jay Shah, has sent a sharp e-mail to the players reminding them of the virus threat that still exists and the protocols that need to be followed.,handball-club-leipzig
The Indian players have been undergoing RT-PCR tests regularly since their arrival in England. A round of tests about 8 days ago suggested that Pant has contracted the virus. While another player is said to have had contracted the virus too, he has reportedly already recovered and has a negative RT-PCR test backing his case.,futebol-365
nba-2k-mobile-hack,Pant had been spending time with his friends in London and had also gone with them to see the England vs Germany Euro 2020 game at the Wembley Stadium in London on June 29. The situation has now prompted Jay Shah to send a reminder to players over avoiding going to crowded places.
As per news agency PTI, Shah sent a 'strong worded' e-mail to players over the need to 'avoid' crowded places after some had shown disregard towards Covid-19 protocols. In the mail, he had even asked the player to not attend tournaments like Wimbledon and European Championship. Both the tournaments, however, have now concluded.,cricket-ltdhow-to-make-money-while-betting
all-cricket-players-jersey-number,Pant is now out of India's 3-day practice Test against Select County XI (July 20 to 22). The results of players' tests from the July 14 RT-PCR tests are yet to come. There are fears in the Indian camp that it might not be a one-off Covid-positive case in the Indian team.
league-football-match-today,Apart from Pant, who has been quarantined at a friend's house in London, others have travelled to Durham where the practice match against the county side is supposed to start on Tuesday.