Three players of the South African men’s cricket team are placed beneath isolation once one in all them tested positive for COVID-19 previous the white-ball series against England, the country’s cricket board confirmed.
Cricket Republic of South Africa (CSA), though, didn’t disclose the names of the 3 players.
CSA same concerning fifty COVID-19 RTPCR tests on players and support workers were conducted before coming into the bio-bubble here for the restricted overs series, beginning on November twenty seven.
“One player has came a positive take a look at result and 2 players were thought-about shut contacts supported the danger assessment undertaken by the medical team,” a CSA statement same.
“All 3 players are placed in immediate isolation in port as a part of the COVID-19 protocols. whereas all players ar well, CSA’s medical team can monitor them to confirm their health and well-being,” it added.
No replacements are named for the series, comprising 3 T20Is and as several ODIs, however the board same 2 new players can be a part of the cluster to form up the numbers previous intra-squad warm-ups which can ensue over the weekend.
“At this stage, none of those players are replaced for the tour, however 2 replacement players are enclosed into the squad for the needs of the inter-squad observe matches which will be contend on weekday, twenty one November.”
The England squad has arrived in Republic of South Africa to start their preparations and can play a Tour match on weekday here.