IPL 2022: The DC match against the PBKS has been moved from Pune to Mumbai. Because of Covid Cases in DC Camp

IPL 2022: The DC match against the PBKS has been move from Pune to Mumbai. Because of Covid Cases in DC Camp. The BCCI announce in a press release that the match would be move. ” To avoid any further incident due to any undetected case during a long-distance bus journey in a closed environment.”

The Delhi Capitals’ upcoming match against the Punjab Kings on Wednesday has been move from Pune to Mumbai and will now be played at the Brabourne Stadium. The decision made by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Tuesday. The BCCI announce in a press release that the venue of the match would be change. ” To avoid any further incident due to any undetected case during a long-distance bus journey in a closed environment.”

BCCI also listed the names of Delhi Capitals players who tested positive

The BCCI also listed the names of the five Delhi Capitals players who tested positive for COVID-19 in its email. Patrick Farhat, a physiotherapist, tested positive on April 15th, Chetan Kumar. A sports massage therapist, tested positive on April 16th, Mitchell Marsh. A player, tested positive on April 18th, Dr Abhijit Salvi, a team doctor, tested positive on April 18th, and Akash Mane, a member of the Social Media Content team, tested positive on April 18th (tested positive on April 18th).

The release also state that all positive members had been isolate and that the entire DC contingent would be subjected to an RT-PCR test on Wednesday morning.

“The COVID positive cases are being isolate and monitor medically.” They will be tested on Days 6 and 7, and if both tests come back negative, they will be re-integrate into the bio-secured bubble of the Delhi Capitals.

“Since April 16th, the entire Delhi Capitals contingent has subject to daily RT-PCR testing.” The results of the fourth round of RT-PCR tests, which were perform on April 19th, were negative.

“The Delhi Capitals contingent will undergo another round of RT-PCR testing on April 20th,” according to an official BCCI release.

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