IND VS WI: Corona attack on Team India, some players are COVID-19 positive, may change the schedule of the series

The ODI series between India and West Indies is to start from February 6 and many big players of India have been hit by Corona – Reports

IND VS WI: Corona to 8 players of Team India! (PC-AFP)

India and West Indies (India vs West Indies) Before the ODI series between, a very bad news has come to the fore. According to the news, there has been an attack of Corona in Team India’s camp. If reports are to be believed, then some players of Team India have come under the grip of Corona. Opener Shikhar Dhawan, Rituraj Gaikwad tested corona positive (Team India Players Covid-19 Positive) has been found. Shreyas Iyer is also said to be in the grip of Corona.

It is not yet known who the other five players are. By the way, the medical team of BCCI is looking into the matter and if the news is to be believed then these players are probably out of the ODI series now. Soon BCCI can announce the names of new players to replace them.

According to the news of the Indian Express, all the players of Team India were found negative in the first RT-PCR test, but in the test held on Wednesday, Shikhar Dhawan, Rituraj Gaikwad and Shreyas Iyer were found to be Kovid positive.

BCCI treasurer Arun Dhumal has confirmed the cases of corona in the Indian team. Arun Kumar Dhumal told that some players and members of support staff have been found to be Kovid positive, BCCI is keeping an eye on the matter.

There are also reports that the schedule of the series between India and West Indies may also change. Let us tell you that the ODI series between India and West Indies will start from February 6. The ODI series will be played in Ahmedabad. At the same time, the T20 series will be played in Kolkata from 16 February.

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