IPL 2021: Before the Indian Premier League’s 14th season of IPL, the Delhi Capitals suffered a major setback as all-rounder Akshar Patel. Akshar Patel was found infected with the Coronavirus and could not play the first match for the team. There is doubt as to whether they will be able to play in the second match as well. Meanwhile, the Delhi team has suffered another big blow in the form of fast bowler Anrich Nortje. Nortje has also been found positive in the Coronavirus test.
Fast bowler Anrich Nortje coming into the COVID 19 Test positive is a big setback for the Delhi Capitals at the moment as he is one of the key players in the team. Talking to ANI about the information related to Anrich Nortje, a source said, “He came up with the negative report, but unfortunately he was found positive in the COVID19 Test and is now residing in Quarantine.”
According to the BOPI’s SOP, a player or support staff, who is found positive in the COVID-19 test, is isolated in a designated area outside a bio-safe environment for a minimum of 10 days from the first day of symptoms or from the date of collection of the sample. will be kept. Only then will the player get into the bio-bubble again, when the RT-PCR report came back negative.
Anrich Nortje was last seen in the ODI series against Pakistan. The fast bowler played the first two ODIs against the team led by Babar Azam and then came to India to participate in the IPL, where he was in quarantine. After landing in Mumbai, Norkhia was undergoing a mandatory quarantine of seven days and in the meantime, he was found to be infected with the coronavirus. Let us know that the regular captain of the Delhi Capitals Shreyas Iyer is also out of the tournament due to injury. In such a situation, it is difficult for the team to get another blow.
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