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IPL 2022: Delhi Capitals players narrowly escaped, big news from team hotel!

IPL 2022: Delhi Capitals players do not have Corona

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There was a stir in the camp of Delhi Capitals due to the arrival of corona virus cases, there were lines of concern on the foreheads of the BCCI officials too, but now relief news has come from the team hotel.

IPL (IPL 2022) But once again the threat of corona virus is looming. Delhi Capitals (Delhi Capitals) After the Physio Patrick Farhart got COVID-19, 2 more people were found positive in the rapid antigen test, after which the wrinkles started appearing on the forehead of IPL fans and BCCI. However, now good news has come from the hotel of Delhi Capitals. According to reports, RT-PCI test has been done for all the players of Delhi Capitals and no one is COVID positive. Australia all-rounder Mitchell Marsh (Mitchell Marsh) The mandatory RT-PCR test came negative after the Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) tested positive for COVID-19, leaving no threat to the Indian Premier League match between Delhi Capitals and Punjab Kings on Wednesday.

It can also be confirmed that except physio Patrick Farhart, all the members of the team have come negative in the RT-PCR test. Farhart is on isolation after being infected with the corona virus. A BCCI official told PTI on Monday, ‘The RT-PCR report of Mitchell Marsh is negative. The RT-PCR report is considered conclusive. Apart from him, the RT-PCR test result of all the other members was also negative. There is no threat to Wednesday’s match between Delhi and Punjab.

Delhi Capitals to leave for Pune on Tuesday

Earlier, after showing symptoms of this disease in Marsh, more rapid antigen test was done which came positive. This could also be because he was undergoing rehabilitation under Farhart’s guidance and had mild symptoms that did not turn out to be dangerous. Earlier, a BCCI source had said, “Delhi Capitals were to travel to Pune today, but all the team members have been asked to stay in their respective rooms.” RT PCR is being done to find out whether there is any outbreak of COVID-19 in the team or it is the only case like Patrick Farhart. The masseur of the team also had symptoms of COVID-19 but the result of the test was negative. The source said, “All the teams are staying at the Conrad Hotel in Pune, where the BCCI has created a bio-bubble. Delhi Capitals was supposed to travel, but now it has been delayed. Obviously, those whose results will be negative in the investigation will go on further journey tomorrow.

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What is the BCCI protocol regarding COVID?

As per BCCI’s testing protocol, every member of the IPL team is tested every fifth day in the team bubble. In the last session though, it used to be every third day. Apart from this, if the franchisee can also get its members tested. A source in the Delhi team had said in the morning, ‘We were to leave from here today, but have been asked to stay in the room till further notice.’ The cases of COVID-19 have started increasing outside the IPL bio-bubble. The risk of virus has also increased inside the bio-bubble. In the last season, the tournament had to be postponed amid the second wave of Corona virus. It was completed in the UAE in September-October.

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