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New Zealand, West Indies cricketers clear COVID-19 tests ahead of T20I series


A complete of 20 New Zealand and West Indies gamers and assist employees have cleared the second spherical of COVID-19 assessments that took palce forward of T20Is and Test sequence between the 2 sides.

The assessments have been reportedly performed on the gamers who had arrived from the Indian Premier League (IPL) within the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on November 14 and went into isolation.

The Black Caps took to its official Twitter deal with to substantiate that the ten gamers and assist employees every from New Zealand and West Indies sides have all returned damaging within the second of the three coronavirus assessments.

“The second of three COVID-19 tests for the ten New Zealand players and support staff, and the ten @windiescricket players and support staff currently in managed isolation, have all been returned as negative.#NZvWI,” the tweet mentioned.

The New Zealand Cricket (NZC) additional revealed that the 2 teams will bear ultimate assessments shortly earlier than they’ll go away ‘managed isolation’ on November 26 and be part of their remaining teammates within the bio bubble.

“The two groups will have their final tests on Day 12 and, results permitting, will leave managed isolation next Thursday, November 26. #NZvWI,” the Black Caps added.

West Indies T20I skipper Kieron Pollard, Shimon Hetmyer, Keemo Paul, West Indies Test captain Jason Holder, Fabian Allen, Nicholas Pooran, New Zealand captain Kane Williamson, Trent Boult, Oshane Thomas amongst others participated within the profitable T20 event.

New Zealand and West Indies are slated to play three-match Twenty20I sequence and two-match Test sequence, starting November 27 at Eden Gardens in Auckland.


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