Indian players pass first test, 2 more tests before series


New Delhi: The 4-Test series between India and England starts on 5 February. Both teams are in quarantine before the series begins. It was in this quarantine that the players of the Indian cricket team were tested for the first round of Corona on 28 January, in which all the players passed. After this, players will have to undergo 2 more exams.

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The India and England teams have stayed at the Leela Palace Hotel for the first two Tests of the series to be played in Chennai. During this time, his family is also allowed by the BCCI along with the Indian players. The quarantine round for India and England teams ends on February 2. After this, both teams will start preparing for the first test match. A BCCI official told the media, “For this series, the bio-safe environment is like the entire IPL. We have done a RT-PCR test of the players. This will be followed by 2 more tests, after which they will. Only clearing. The latter was allowed to practice. At the moment, all the players are in their respective rooms. ”

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The BCCI official said that all the players are still in their rooms under the supervision of light weight exercise, our two strength and conditioning specialists Nick Webb and Soham Desai. He said that the good thing is that the Indian board has also allowed all the players to have families so that they do not feel alone in quarantine.

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