Delhi Capitals have been hit by a Covid-19 outbreak alarm and have dropped the present planned travel to Pune in front of their next IPL 2022 game. The crew will stay isolated in the rooms with house to house Covid-19 tests booked for now and tomorrow.
The group’s physio Patrick Farhart had before been disconnected in the wake of testing positive. It is discovered that a player and a group masseur have now tried positive on the Rapid Antigen Test and will go through additional RT-PCR tests to affirm the outcome.
In the midst of the most recent improvement there have been theory about the conceivable rescheduling of the Capitals next match, against Punjab Kings on Wednesday (April 20). In any case, sources have said that the timetable remaining parts unaltered. “We have not known about any adjustment of the program and the circumstance in the Delhi camp is sensible at this moment,” said numerous sources.
Delhi Capitals are to play two consecutive games in Pune – against Punjab Kings on April 20 and Rajasthan Royals on April 22.
Arrangements have been made in the IPL playing conditions to oblige any surprising Covid-19 issues. In the Operational standards, imparted to the groups, BCCI has referenced that endeavors will be made to reschedule a game in case of a group not being in a situation to handle 12 players. On the off chance that those endeavors fizzle, the matter will be alluded to a specialized advisory group.
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