Indian Premier League franchise Delhi Capitals (DC) suffered a significant setback as their star all-rounder Axar Patel has examined positive for COVID-19 with simply seven days to go for the high-octane IPL 2021 conflict between Chennai Super Kings and DC on the Wankhede Stadium.
Speaking to ANI, sources within the DC camp confirmed the event. “Unfortunately, Axar has tested positive. He is isolating and all protocols are being followed,” the supply mentioned.
Axar is the second player after Kolkata Knight Riders batsman Nitish Rana to test positive for the virus. Rana although examined detrimental for coronavirus on Thursday after returning a positive consequence on March 22. Having undergone self-isolation after the positive consequence, he underwent a COVID-19 take a look at on Thursday and examined detrimental.
The BCCI SOP says a participant who tests positive for COVID-19 should isolate within the designated space exterior the bio-secure atmosphere for a minimal of 10 days from the primary day of signs or the date of assortment of the pattern which resulted in a positive RT-PCR report, whichever is earlier. “During the 10-day isolation, the individual must rest and avoid any exercises. The team doctor should regularly monitor the case. If symptoms worsen during the course of isolation, the individual must be hospitalised immediately,” the SOP states.
Things have not regarded too vivid in Mumbai with groundstaff on the Wankhede Stadium testing positive for coronavirus. With instances rising within the state of Maharashtra, IPL franchises have began feeling a bit cautious and are protecting fingers crossed with the 14th version of the league set to get underway from April 9.
Wankhede is ready to host 10 IPL video games this season from April 10-25. The first match on the Mumbai stadium is slated to be performed on April 10 between Delhi Capitals and Chennai Super Kings.
Four franchises — Delhi Capitals, Mumbai Indians, Punjab Kings and Rajasthan Royals — have arrange their base in Mumbai as of now. Maharashtra reported 47,827 new COVID-19 instances and 202 deaths on Friday with Mumbai registering the highest-ever single day spike of 8,832 new instances. It was the second day in a row that Mumbai recorded greater than 8,500 instances.ve. He is isolating and all protocols are being adopted,” the supply mentioned.’