New Zealand batsman Finn Allen Corona positive, threat to T20 series with Bangladesh
Finn allen Corona positive: A five-match T20 series is to be played against Bangladesh and New Zealand from September 1. But before the series, New Zealand batsman Finn Allen has been found to be Corona positive after reaching Bangladesh. New Zealand Cricket confirmed this on Tuesday. Allen was fine before leaving for England and had passed all the required tests. In England, he was representing Birmingham Phoenix in The Hundred tournament, but after reaching Dhaka, he was found positive. Despite taking the Kovid vaccine, he has been found corona infected.
New Zealand Cricket wrote on its social media account, “Allen is in quarantine and is being treated by the BCB Chief Medical Officer. He is also in contact with the Chief Medical Officer of New Zealand and team doctor Peach McGah is monitoring him during the quarantine.” are.”
BLACKCAPS batsman Finn Allen has tested positive for COVID-19 on arrival in Bangladesh. Allen is fully-vaccinated and passed all his pre-departure tests in England – before testing positive 48 hours after arrival in Dhaka. #BANvNZ https://t.co/Z1tpVZQrts
— BLACKCAPS (@BLACKCAPS) August 24, 2021
New Zealand manager Mike Sendley said, “It is very unfortunate for Finn. He is feeling comfortable at the moment and hopefully he will recover soon. Bangladesh cricket officials have been very professional in their response and we are grateful to them for that.” They are taking the matter very seriously.”
The other teammates will be in isolation in their respective rooms for three days as soon as they reach Dhaka. The decision regarding the availability and replacement of Allen will be taken in the coming time. After the isolation period, he will be allowed to join the team after his continuous negative test comes. New Zealand have to play a series of five T20 matches with Bangladesh in Dhaka. The first match is to be played on September 1.
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