Daniel Sams’ second Covid check returned optimistic on Wednesday.© Instagram
Royal Challengers Bangalore‘s Daniel Sams has examined optimistic for coronavirus, the IPL franchise mentioned in a tweet on Wednesday. The Australian arrived in Chennai with a unfavourable COVID-19 report however his second check returned optimistic for Covid. The information comes simply days earlier than RCB’s first sport of IPL 2021 in opposition to Mumbai Indians. “Daniel Sams checked into the team hotel in Chennai on April 3rd, with a negative COVID report on arrival. His report from the 2nd test on 7th April came positive. Sams is currently asymptomatic and he is currently in isolation at a designated medical facility,” RCB tweeted.
Official Statement: Daniel Sams checked into the staff resort in Chennai on April third, with a unfavourable COVID report on arrival. His report from the 2nd check on seventh April got here optimistic. Sams is presently asymptomatic and he’s presently in isolation at a delegated medical facility.
— Royal Challengers Bangalore (@RCBTweets) April 7, 2021
“Royal Challengers Bangalore medical team is in constant touch with Daniel Sams and continue to monitor his health and abide by the BCCI protocols,” the franchise added.
Sams performed for the Delhi Capitals final season however was traded to RCB forward of the IPL 2021 gamers public sale.
The 28-year-old all-rounder bought restricted alternatives within the final IPL as he performed solely three video games for Delhi.
This was the second Covid optimistic case inside the RCB camp. On Sunday, it was revealed that uncapped opening batsman Devdutt Padikkal had additionally examined optimistic for coronavirus on March 22 and has been in quarantine since.
RCB are set to play the defending champions Mumbai Indians within the event opener in Chennai on April 9.
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