CSK contingent members tested positive for COVID-19; none of them players

After the latest round of testing, three player of Chennai Super Kings (CSK) – CEO Kasi Viswanathan, bowling coach L Balaji, and a bus cleaner – has been tested positive for COVID-19. It is understood that rest of them, currently in Delhi, has been tested negative.

The three of them took a fresh test on Monday morning to rule out the possibility of false positive. If they test positive again, they’ll be required to spend 10 days at a designated isolation facility outside the team bubble and will return after providing two negative test results.

This comes after the news that Monday’s IPL game has been postponed due to Kolkata Knight Riders’ two players tested positive.

Image credits: Mumbai Mirror (above images used only for representational purpose).

 

by News Desk | Mon, May 03 - 03:19 PM

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