There is every possibility of some more cases of Kovid-19 in the Australian team: Coach McDonald

After Adam Zampa and Matthew Wade tested positive for Kovid-19 during the T20 World Cup, Australian coach Andrew McDonald has feared that his team may have more cases of the virus. Wade, the only wicketkeeper in the team, is the second Australian cricketer to be found infected with Kovid-19. Earlier on Wednesday, leg-spinner Zampa’s test was found positive. Wade, however, was scheduled to play in the match against England that was canceled due to rain on Friday.

McDonald said after the cancellation of the match, “There is every possibility that there may be some more cases of Kovid-19 in the team. Matthew Wade was going to play in the match today so everyone would be affected by the virus in a different way.” Was. Ireland’s George Dockrell is the other cricketer who has tested positive but played in the match against Sri Lanka on Sunday.

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The Australian government earlier this month removed the mandatory isolation rule for cases found to be positive for COVID-19. According to the current rules of the International Cricket Council (ICC), a player found positive cannot be stopped from playing in a T20 World Cup match or practicing with his teammates.

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