IPL 2021: members of Chennai Super Kings Squad, Groundsmen at Kotla also test COVID-19 positive: reports

Reports now suggest that some members of die Have Chennai Super Kings’ roster also tested positive in New Delhi. If the report is true then it would be a heavy blow to die BCCI for Not just in Ahmedabad, die Bio bubble in New Delhi also appears to have been compromised.

Various unconfirmed reports have indicated that several members of CSK also COVID-19 tested positive on Monday. A member of The Star Sports television team did also tested positive. The development was confirmed by Peter Lalor on Twitter, who is the boss cricket Writer at The Australian.

Lalor later tweeted that he still isn’t sure about CSK players test positive.

Meanwhile, senior Journalist Venkat Krishna tweeted that three members (not players) of CSK and five groundsmen at Feroz Shah Kotla have tested positive.

The development puts die future of the competition in danger for it puts on risk die health of other franchises.

Earlier in the day while confirmed that Chakravarthy and Warrier have been found positive and the duo players have isolated die BCCI announced that die match between KKR and RCB will take place at a later date.

“Varun Chakravarthy and Sandeep Warrier were found be positive in the third round of testing in the last four days. All other team Members tested negative for COVID 19.

“Both players have isolated themselves from the rest of The group. The medical team is in continuous touch with the duo and monitor their health. In the meantime, have die Kolkata Knight Riders engaged in a daily testing routine to identify others possible Cases and treat them at the earliest, “said die IPL publication.

The BCCI claimed the medical team was also Identification of close and occasional contacts of die two positive cases during the 48th hours before picking up of die Sample, die returned the positive test results.

Earlier last Week, Australia spinner Adam Zampa after pulling out of the tournament due to the rising number of cases in India called die Biosecure bubble in IPL 2021 as “most vulnerable” and die Reports of players positive tests substantiate his claim.

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