Cricket West Indies (CWI) have said that Sheldon Cottrell, Roston Chase, Kyle Mayers and a non-training individual from the group the executives have returned positive outcomes in the Covid-19 tests led upon appearance in Pakistan. Any remaining individuals from the visiting party have returned two negative RT-PCR tests since their appearance in Karachi.
Every one of the three players who have tried positive are completely immunized and without “major” manifestations, the CWI further said. They will, however, be inaccessible for the forthcoming series against Pakistan and go through a time of self-disconnection for 10 days and until they return negative RT-PCR test results.
“Our appearance testing conventions in Pakistan have affirmed four Covid-19 up-sides,” Johnny Grave, CEO of CWI, said. “These were affirmed while the players and staff were as yet in room disconnection, so notwithstanding this huge mishap to our planning plans, we are certain that the visit can proceed as every other person returned contrary PCRs preceding their appearance into Pakistan and two antagonistic PCRs since they have been in Karachi.
“The danger of COVID-19 disease is difficult to eliminate totally from a cricket visit, notwithstanding the way that a large number of our players have been living in bio-secure air pockets consistently since before the CPL. This surprising deficiency of three players from our crew will truly affect our group arrangements, however the remainder of the crew are feeling great and will start preparing today in front of our first game on Monday.”