- Covid confirmed to Ravi Shastri
- Support staff are monitoring
- The match on the fourth day was no problem
Test cricket series between India and England in crisis. Covid 19 has been confirmed by Indian team coach Ravi Shastri. The BCCI said in a statement. All four of the support staff, including Shastri, have been isolated. Bowling coach Arun, fielding coach R Sridhar and physiotherapist Nidhin Patel have been isolated, BCCI secretary Jaishah said in a statement.
When the results of the test conducted on Saturday evening came out, it was clear that Shastri was positive. The support staff who contacted Shastri immediately asked him to stay under surveillance. Their RTPCR is still waiting for the result.
The team stays in a hotel room and does not join the team unless the test result is negative. The Indian players were subjected to the Covid Test on Saturday night and Sunday morning. It is clear that no one is positive on this test. Therefore, the BCCI said that there would be no other crisis on the fourth day of the fourth Test. The fourth Test between the two teams will be played at the Oval. The series is currently 1-1. There are five Test matches in the series.
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