The Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) all-rounder has been found positive for Covid-19, which starts in April before the Indian Premier League.
Before the start of the Indian Premier League-2021, Royal Challengers Bangalore suffered a major blow. All-rounder Daniel Sams of the team has been declared positive by Covid-19. Daniel Sims is the second RCB player to suffer from corona infection. According to a statement on the RCB’s Twitter handle, the 26-year-old Australian all-rounder arrived in India on April 3 and reported negatively in the Covid-19 Test at the time. Read more – IPL 2021 Team Captain List: There are 8 captains this season from Dhoni to Pant
The RCB said, “On April 2, his (Sam’s) second test report came back positive. The theme is not showing any symptoms right now and is undergoing segregation in a specific treatment facility. The rules of the BCCI will be followed. Read more – Moin Ali’s father’s appropriate response to Taslima Nasrin, ‘If a woman with Islamophobia ever encounters …’
The Royal Challengers Bangalore medical team is in constant touch with Daniel Sams and is monitoring his health and abiding by the BCCI protocol. Read more – Rohit Sharma asks fans: Which mantra should I try to win? Got an interesting answer
– Royal Challengers Bangalore (@RCBitwits) April 7, 2021
RCB had connected Sims with the capitals of Delhi. He is the second RCB player, after left-arm opener Angel Padikkal, to prove positive for the transition. In the last round of testing, the paddles proved to be negative. The RCB team will face defending champions Mumbai Indians in the first match of the tournament on Friday. Themes has played three IPL matches so far in his IPL career.
On Tuesday, Mumbai Indians wicketkeeper advisor and talent search officer Kiran More also said the corona virus was positive but all other members of the defending champions team were negative. Even before the start of the 2021 IPL, the tournament was in the shadow of the corona virus. Many ground workers, broadcasters, event management officers and some cricketers like Akshar Patel and Nitish Rana have been found infected at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai.