The Covid emergency may cause issues down the road for the Indian Premier League 2021 as news has arisen that Sunrisers Hyderabad’s T. Natarajan tried positive in a planned RT-PCR Test.
As indicated by a BCCI discharge, the quick bowler, who is asymptomatic, and six close contacts distinguished by the clinical group including Vijay Shankar, Vijay Kumar (Team Manager), Shyam Sundar J (Physiotherapist), Anjana Vannan (Doctor), Tushar Khedkar (Logistics Manager) and Periyasamy Ganesan (Net Bowler) have been set in seclusion.
The remainder of the SRH crew returned adverse outcomes on the RT-PCR Tests directed at 5 am today and can continue to partake in around evening time’s conflict against Delhi Capitals at the Dubai International Stadium, which will go on as planned.
The IPL must be brought to an unexpected end prior in May in view of a spate of Covid cases in the competition India in the background of lethal second influx of infection that had unleashed destruction in the country. The BCCI figured out how to move the competition to the UAE however three matches into resumption, and in an inside and out various and stricter climate, the infection has still figured out how to break the bio-secure air pockets.