The Indian Premier League (IPL) could once again be hampered by COVID-19. The justification for the tournament’s suspension before this year was the same: multiple players from various teams had screened positive for the same substance. The BCCI, therefore, opted to transfer the IPL from outside India, and the UAE was indeed chosen to host the season’s last 31 matches. Here you can know the details about T Natarajan Tests COVID Positive.
T Natarajan Tests COVID Positive
The medical team will examine the close contacts of Natarajan As a result, the tournament began in a controlled bubble on 19th September, although it is reported that pace bowler T Natarajan of the Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) unit has come back positive for COVID-19. Today, the team will take versus the Delhi Capitals.
Natarajan’s 6 close contacts are to be screened for the Virus: Vijay Shankar (Player), Periyasamy Ganesan (Net Bowler), Vijay Kumar (Team Manager), Anjana Vannan (Doctor), Tushar Khedkar (Logistics Manager), and Shyam Sundar J (Physiotherapist).
NEWS – Sunrisers Hyderabad player tests positive; six close contacts isolated.
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Furthermore, T Natarajan is now asymptomatic, according to the IPL’s official website, and he has separated himself and his close contacts. Furthermore, the remainder of the SRH delegation has tested negative, therefore the game will go on as scheduled.
“The rest of the contingent including the close contacts underwent RT-PCR tests at 5 AM local time this morning and the test reports are negative. As a result, tonight’s game between Sunrisers Hyderabad and Delhi Capitals will go ahead at the Dubai International Stadium, Dubai,” the IPL Press Release read.
T Natarajan was expected to return for SRH in the 2nd leg of the IPL. He had been ruled out previously in the year due to an injury. The fast bowler was looking forward to performing well, and it’s sad that he’ll have to stay out of the competition until he passes negative tests twice once his isolation time is completed. The medical team will continue to examine the rest of the close contacts of Natarajan.