New Zealand cricketer Finn Allen has tested COVID-19 positive on appearance in Bangladesh for the forthcoming T20I series. He went from the UK in the wake of highlighting in the debut version of The Hundred where he played for the Birmingham Phoenix.
Strangely, Allen is fully inoculated and cleared every one of the tests prior to leaving the UK.
Be that as it may, his outcomes returned positive 48 hours in the wake of arriving at Dhaka. As of now, he is isolated in the group lodging and it has likewise been informed that the cricketer is encountering moderate side effects.
Bangladesh Cricket’s main clinical consultant is treating him right now and is likewise in contact with New Zealand Cricket’s central clinical official.
NZC uncovered the information on Finn Allen testing positive for the infection and presently he should go through required time of segregation prior to testing negative twice. Really at that time, Allen will be permitted to join the group.
New Zealand’s group administrator in Dhaka, Mike Sandle, educated that Finn Allen is fine and was sure that he will recuperate from COVID-19.
He additionally applauded Bangladesh’s fast activities after the cricketer contracted COVID. In the interim, NZC has likewise educated the aircraft in which Allen made a trip to Dhaka about the cricketer’s reports.
“It’s really unfortunate for Finn. He’s comfortable at the moment and hopefully he’ll recover quickly; test negative and be cleared and approved for discharge as soon as possible. The Bangladesh cricket authorities have been extremely professional in their response and we’re grateful to them for that. They’re treating the matter very seriously,” quoted by Sandle.
The remainder of the New Zealand colleagues are right now going through obligatory three-day severe in-room separation. The Kiwis have named a second string crew for the impending five-match T20I series against Bangladesh with a large portion of the best option players including in the second leg of the IPL.
The series is set to start on September 1 with all the matches to be played in Dhaka. The choice on naming the substitution for Finn Allen is yet to be taken.
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