IND vs ENG: After Rishabh Pant, Corona also got members of the auxiliary staff

India’s tour of England suffered another setback. After India’s wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant, another assistant guard has emerged as a corona positive. Upon receiving this information, three more members of the auxiliary staff were separated. The four crew and Shrabh Pant do not travel to Durham. The rest of the team is ready to reunite for a practice match in Durham.

This was stated in several media reports on Thursday. According to the news agency, the Indian cricket team’s throwdown specialist Dayanand Zarani has been positive in the corona investigation in England. According to a BCCI source, Pant has been separated for 8 days. According to the source, he is not showing any symptoms at this time. BCCI vice president Rajeev Shukla had previously told news agency ANI that Kovid’s 19 test positives, without naming the player, would be tested again two days later.

“Yes, one player has been positive,” Shukla told news agency ANI. He had symptoms. I will not reveal the name. He was not in the hotel with the team. He was living with his relatives. He is isolated. He was found to be positive 8 days ago. They will be tested again two days later.

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You know that our secretary, Jay Shah, wrote a letter asking all players to follow the rules. It is known that the pant was infected with the delta variant of the virus, which has led to an increase in cases of infection in England. In his letter, Shah had asked players to avoid moving to densely populated areas, as vaccination for their teammates would only prevent infection, which would not completely eliminate the virus.

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