Perth Scorchers – Melbourne Stars fixture postponed due to Covid-19 concerns

The Thursday (December 30) night Big Bash League match between Melbourne Stars – Perth Scorchers at the Marvel Stadium has been delayed later an individual from the Stars’ care staff returned a positive outcome on a Covid-19 test.

All players and set up who have been in touch with the patient have in this manner gone through PCR tests, aftereffects of which are not normal before the booked beginning of the game and hence constraining the delay of the apparatus.

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Australia, in the same way as other districts all over the planet, has been hit by another influx of the Coronavirus pandemic, with the crowded provinces of Victoria and New South Wales including abundance of 17,000 new cases on Wednesday. The organization of the association also has needed to manage a few staff individuals getting the contamination in Sydney.

This specific game, planned to be played in the Scorchers’ home city of Perth, was recently moved to Melbourne attributable to the boundary limitations in the province of Western Australia. A rescheduled date for this installation is not settled as of yet.

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