IPL 2021: Royal Challengers Bangalore said on Saturday that Australian all-rounder Daniel Sams returned two negative Covid-19 tests after completing a mandatory 10-day quarantine period in Chennai.
IPL 2021: Daniel Sams (L) joins RCB bubble after negative Covid-19 test (AFP photo)
- Daniel Sams participated in Chennai’s RCB biobubble on Saturday
- He completed the required 10-day quarantine and returned two negative Covid-19 tests.
- RCB at the top of the IPL 2021 point table will face KKR on April 18th.
Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) gained a big boost on Sunday as Australian all-rounder Daniel Sams joined the Chennai biobubble after returning two negative RT-PCR tests for Covid-19. .. Sams tested positive for Covid-19 on April 7, and was quarantined in a designated medical facility.
In particular, Daniel Sams, who was trading from Delhi Capitals, returned a negative test for Covid-19 on April 3 when he arrived from Australia. However, the all-rounder was positive on April 7.
“Daniel Sams has been out of quarantine and joined the RCB biobubble today with two consecutive negative reports of COVID-19,” the RCB said in a statement on Saturday. “The RCB medical team is in constant contact with Sams and has declared that he is suitable for joining the team after complying with all BCCI protocols.”
Daniel Sams has been out of quarantine and joined the RCB biobubble today with two consecutive negative reports of COVID-19.
The RCB medical team has been in constant contact with Sams and has declared that he is suitable for joining the team after complying with all BCCI protocols.#PlayBold # IPL2021 pic.twitter.com/0none9RQ7l
— Royal Challengers Bangalore (@RCBTweets) April 17, 2021
Daniel Sams is the second RCB player to test positive for Covid-19 on leads up to IPL 2021. Opener Devdutt Padikkal joined the bubble after being isolated at home. He missed the RCB’s opening match against the Mumbai Indians, despite returning to the team in time.
According to BCCI’s Health and Safety Protocol for IPL 2021, participants who test positive for COVID-19 should be quarantined for a minimum of 10 days.
“During the 10-day quarantine period, individuals are tested on days 9 and 10. Two consecutive negative RT-PCR test results were obtained at 24-hour intervals, symptoms were completely resolved, 24 There are no fresh symptoms for more than an hour, and re-entry into a biosecure environment requires a minimum of 24 hours of medication, “says BCCI.
Royal Challengers Bangalore has won the first two games and launched a strong IPL2021. Virat Kohli’s men are on the point table. They will face Kolkata Knight Riders on Sunday in their third and final match at MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai.
IPL 2021: Australian all-rounder Daniel Sams joins RCB biobubble after negative test for Covid-19
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