Patiala: Kovid-19 (COVID-19) continues to wreak havoc on cricketers. Now captain of India’s T20 women’s cricket team, Harmanpreet Kaur has tested positive for coronavirus. Mild symptoms were found in his body.
Test performed after mild fever
Harmanpreet Kaur was unable to play the T20 series against South Africa because she was injured in the 5th ODI game played on March 17th. After a mild fever, she underwent a test in which she tested positive for COVID-19.
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Home quarantine has become Harmanpreet
A source associated with Harmanpreet told PTI: “They have isolated themselves at home. He was tested yesterday and this morning the report came back positive. He has had a mild fever for the past 4 days, so he thought it best to get tested. Although she is recovering, she should recover soon.
‘Corona after the international series’
The source explained in more detail. In the series against South Africa, she was constantly testing. Therefore, they must have been infected with the virus only after that. Significantly, the Indian women’s cricket team returned to the field after 12 months. This team faced defeat in the ODI and T20 series.
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