Tim Seifert tests negative for COVID-19, on way back home: New Zealand coach Instead of

Seifert represented Kolkata Knight Riders and tested positive for the virus on 8th of May.

“I heard from Tim just recently. I think the really encouraging thing is that he tested negative and I understand that it is him on a flight out of India pretty fast too, “Stead was quoted as saying by ‘stuff.co.nz’.

“Not me know how It will be a long time before he gets it back to New Zealand or wherever he goes via, but it is great news for Tim, that for a start his health is on that improves anyway to the point where it no longer tests positive. ” added the head coach.

According to the report, a NZ cricket spokesman also confirmed that Seifert had left India to begin his journey home.

Previously, after a positive test, Seifert was waiting for his transfer to Chennai, where he was to be treated in the same private hospital in Which former Australia player Michael Hussey.

The 26-year-old Seifert has played 3 ODIs and 35 T20 Internationals for his team.

New Zealand are closed play a test series against England, before the all-important World Test Championship final against the India led by Virat Kohli in Southampton next Month.

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