IPL 2021: COVID-19 positive CSK duo Hussey and Balaji flew to Chennai in air ambulance

Hussey and Balaji were among the prominent non-playing Employees too test positive if the IPL has been “suspended indefinitely” on Tuesday (May 4th) after multiple COVID-19 cases in the bio-bubble.

“We decided to take Hussey and Balaji from one to Chennai air Ambulance, because we have better contacts here and wanted to ensure better medical facilities in case of any need, “die CSK official said PTI.

He went on to say the duo are “asymptomatic and fine”.

The CSK official said Hussey would have to wait for a COVID-19 negative report to leave the country.

“Hussey will have to wait and receive a negative COVID report before leaving India. We will take precautions for a charter when it’s safe for to fly him, “die official added.

While Hussey has to wait, rest of die participating Australians in the IPL 2021 on Thursday (May 6th) left for To serve Maldives out die Wait before you can board a flight to Australia.

The CSK official said the franchise made agreement for the stranger players of the team depart by charter aircraft.

The official also announced that CSK skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni would leave for his hometown in the afternoon all his team Members head for their respective hometowns.

The 2021 edition of The IPL was suspended after four players – Sunrisers Hyderabad batsman Wriddhiman Saha, Amit Mishra, spinner from Delhi Capitals, and Varun Chakravarthy and Sandeep Warrier from KKR – tested positive for COVID-19 in die Bio bubble.

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