Three members of South African girls squad check optimistic for COVID-19


Johannesburg, July 25

Three members of the South African girls’s cricket squad have examined optimistic for coronavirus forward of their coaching camp for a proposed tour of England.

The three members, together with one assist employees, have been withdrawn from the camp by Cricket South Africa (CSA).

The camp is scheduled to begin in Pretoria from July 27.

“We can confirm that three people have tested positive. The players and support staff that have tested positive will now self-isolate for a period of 10 days and will take no part in the training camp,” the CSA mentioned in a launch.

“They have nil to gentle signs as our medical staff proceed to intently monitor them in accordance with CSA’s COVID-19 Steering Committee protocols to make sure their wellbeing,” learn the discharge.

“The players’ return to train and play programme will be guided by the CSA Medical Committee’s protocols,” the discharge added.

The CSA performed 34 exams on the gamers and assist employees.

The squad and assist employees will endure a second spherical of testing in preparation for the second coaching camp, which will get underway from August 16.

South Africa are getting ready for a proposed tour of England, a part of the preparation for subsequent yr’s ICC World Cup, for limited-overs matches in September. PTI



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