IPL 2022 DC vs PBKS: The BCCI reported through an official statement that it was changing the scene of the match “to keep away from any further episode because of any undetected case during a significant distance transport venture in a shut climate.”
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Delhi Capitals’ forthcoming match against Punjab Kings on Wednesday moved from Pune to Mumbai and currently play at the Brabourne Stadium. The choice was take by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Tuesday. The BCCI reported through an official statement that it was changing the scene of the match. “To stay away from any further occurrence because of any undetected case during a significant distance transport venture in a shut climate.”DC vs PBKS
Delhi Team testing positive
The BCCI in its mail likewise recorded the names of the five individuals from the Delhi Capitals contingent, who have tested positive for COVID-19. The incorporate Patrick Farhat – Physiotherapist (tried positive on April 15), Chetan Kumar – Sports Massage Therapist (tested positive on April 16th), Mitchell Marsh – Player (tested positive on April 18th), Dr Abhijit Salvi – Team specialist (tested positive on April 18th) and Akash Mane – Social Media Content colleague (tested positive on April 18th).
The delivery further expressed that every one of the positive individuals. Since held under separation and that the whole DC contingent will go through RT-PCR Test against on Wednesday morning.
“The COVID positive cases are under separation and clinical perception. They will be tried on days 6 and 7 and dependent upon both the tests being negative. They will be re-incorporated into the Delhi Capitals bio-secured bubble.
“From April sixteenth onwards, the whole Delhi Capitals contingent put under a day-to-day RT-PCR testing methodology. Hence the fourth round of RT-PCR tests led on April nineteenth have brought negative back.
“The Delhi Capitals contingent will go through one more round of RT-PCR testing on the morning of April 20th,”. The authority BCCI discharge expressed.