Akshar Patel, a young all-rounder from Delhi, tested positive for coronavirus. They have been sent in isolation.
Before the start of the IPL, Delhi Capitals (DC) suffered a setback. His young all-rounder Akshar Patel (Azar Patel) has been infected with the Kovid-19 virus. With just 7 days to go before the 14th edition of the league, the youngster has turned into a corona. Before the start of the IPL, Delhi have been ruled out of the entire season due to a shoulder injury. This time, the biggest blow came in the form of their captain Shreyas Iyer. After that the characters will now be out of some matches. Read more – IPL 2021: David Warner arrives in India, Rohit Sharma says – Tiktok will go missing
Delhi will play their first match against Chennai Super Kings (CSK) in Mumbai on Saturday. According to a report by news agency ANI, sources close to the Delhi team have confirmed that the coroner’s test for the letter has come positive and he is currently in an isolated state. All necessary protocols are being followed. Read more – IPL 2021: Coroner positive ground staff at Wankhede Stadium before the start of the 14th edition
Akshar Patel is the second player to get positive in this T20 league this season. Earlier, Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) batsman Nitish Rana also came positive in the Corona Test (March 22). But on Thursday he recovered from the virus and his test came back negative. Read more – Champions Mumbai Indians should not interfere in IPL 2021 XI: Parthiv Patel
BCCI has made SOP regarding Kovid-19. According to this, if a player’s Covid-19 test is positive, he must stay out of the bio-protected bubble for at least 10 days. For these 10 days, the player has to be in isolation and he will not do any practice at this time, he will have to rest completely. The team doctor should monitor the player regularly at this time and if the symptoms of this disease continue to increase during this time, he should be admitted to the hospital.
The Delhi team is in Mumbai these days and the virus is spreading very fast here. Prior to the positive response to the letter, six field workers in Mumbai’s Wankhede area were also infected with the corona virus. Since then, the concerns of stagnant parties have been growing. Meanwhile, the BCCI and the IPL committee are also considering transferring all matches from Mumbai to Hyderabad if needed. Has Hyderabad ready in its backup plan.