Wi tour of India 2022, 7 members of the Indian team Corona positive after the defeat of the Test and ODI in South Africa, the eyes of the Indian team were on a new beginning, but even before this, the preparations have suffered a deep setback after the cases of Covid-19 in the Indian team.
According to the information received so far, 7 members of the Indian team have come under the grip of coronavirus.
WI tour of India 2022 covid case in Indian side:
Even before India’s debut series with the West Indies, the Indian team is in trouble as three support staff including 4 players of the Indian team have been found to be Corona positive.
The BCCI has informed that four players of the Indian team including Shikhar Dhawan, Ruturaj Gaikwad, Shreyas Iyer, and stand-by player Navdeep Saini have been infected with the coronavirus.
Apart from all this, the Indian team’s fielding coach T. Dileep, Security Liaison Officer B. Lokesh, and massage therapist Rajeev Kumar have also been hit by the coronavirus, now the BCCI medical team is handling all these cases and they are kept in isolation until they happen.
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Mayank got a chance in the Indian ODI team:
The Senior Selection Committee has given Mayank Agarwal a chance in the ODI team of the Indian team due to the players being hit by the coronavirus.
Mayank Agarwal was in the Test series against South Africa, but Mayank’s performance in the Test series was not very good, but really Mayank Agarwal is a very good player who has proved himself by playing many good innings.
The team members were asked to report for the upcoming three-match ODI and T20I series against West Indies in Ahmedabad on 31 January 2022 before all the members were at their homes and undergo an RT-PCR test. Was told that permission was given to travel only after a negative report.
WI tour of India 2022 Key and detailed information:
- The RT PCR test done on Monday 31 January of Indian team opener Shikhar Dhawan and stand-by player Navdeep Saini came positive.
- Fielding coach T. Dileep and Security Liaison Officer B. Lokesh also tested positive for RT-PCR on Monday, January 31.
- On Tuesday, 1 February, the RT PCR test of the Indian team’s young batsman Ruturaj Gaikwad came positive and during the earlier test on Monday, his test came negative.
- Indian batsman Shreyas Iyer and sports massage therapist Rajeev Kumar tested positive for RT-PCR on Wednesday, February 2, both of whom had received negative reports in the first two rounds of testing.
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