As the crisis of COVID-19 is still persisting, the England all-rounder Sam Curran is self-isolating himself at the Ageas Bowl. He has fallen ill on Wednesday night. Curran is the part of Jos Buttler’s playing team in England’s intra-squad warm-up match. The ECB on Thursday, July 2 has announced that Curran will take no further part in the game.
Curran highlighted for his group on Day 1 of the warm-up game, scoring an unbeaten 15, however, had affliction and loose bowels that night. The all-rounder felt better according to ECB on Thursday evening. ECB has revealed that Curran’s monitoring is running smoothly. The team doctor was monitoring him throughout. This is when Curran tested for COVID-19 earlier today.
England has been at the Ageas Bowl since June 23, with a 30-part preparing gathering, in anticipation of the Test arrangement against West Indies which will be played in a bio-secure condition. The primary Test is set to start on July 8 at a similar scene. Joe Root, who is anticipating the introduction of his youngster, as of late left the gathering and will miss the main Test.
England players are being tested twice a week
The England players and backroom staff are being tested twice a week since the camp started.
In front of their Test arrangement against West Indies, England had shown up at the Ageas Bowl on June 23 with a 30-part preparing gathering. The main Test is set to start on July 8 at a similar scene.
Earlier, as much as 702 COVID-19 tests were finished, the ECB had referenced. It was with all results being negative. The tests were completed for players, support staff, coordinate authorities, ECB staff, scene staff, and inn staff. Everyone is taking special care of them and trying to keep the social distance. Even while practicing the players are keeping themselves away from each other and playing at the recommended distance.