IPL 2021: Tim Seifert from KKR stays back positive after testing for COVID-19

The 26-year-old will, instead, stay in isolation in Ahmedabad before returning to Chennai where he was in one is treated private Hospital.

Seifert failed both his pre-departure RT-PCR tests and moderate symptoms, die PTI news Agency reports.

KKR had signed Seifert as a late replacement for injured american fast Bowler Ali Khan halfway through die Indian Premier League (IPL) last Season held in die UAE.

David White, CEO of New Zealand Cricket (NZC), said Seifert returned seven negative tests in die 10 days leading up on his minutes before leaving and was confident that he would die would receive best of Care of his franchise.

“It’s really unfortunate for Tim and we do everything for him that we can end by this, and hopefully he will in be able to test negative and deleted and approved for Discharge as soon how he is doing well again.

“Since receiving the news, we’ve organized support for Tim and have also, via the players Been an association in Contact with his family to ensure You will be fully informed and updated on Developments, “said White in an NZC publication.

As soon as Seifert die legal deadline of isolation and tests negative for COVID-19 he will be moved back to New Zealand where he was die will serve the mandatory 14-day period of managed isolation.

One of die both charter flights, die Transport New Zealand’s IPL contingent back home has already Leave India and the other is expected to leave soon.

All these on The flights were and will be carried out in compliance with the prescribed departure and flight conditions in-Flight logs.

This includes COVID-19 tests, social Distancing, mask wearing and best- -practice Hygiene and will again be assessed on arrival in Auckland.

Seifert is currently Waiting for transfer to Chennai, where he will be treated in the same private hospital in Which former Australia player Michael Hussey has stayed since testing positive for the virus earlier in die Week.

White said he was grateful to the BCCI and the IPL franchises for Organization of charter flights and medical assistance.

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