Sri Lanka Cricket is thinking about rescheduling their forthcoming visit through West Indies after Lahiru Thirimanne and lead trainer Mickey Arthur tried positive for the Covid. The couple attempted positive after PCR Tests were done on Tuesday for the whole 36-part temporary crew, alongside the training staff, net bowlers and the HPC staff.
“They were distinguished after PCR Tests did yesterday (02nd February) for the whole 36-part crew, alongside the Coaching Staff, Net Bowlers, also the HPC Staff,” Sri Lanka Cricket said in an articulation. “Quickly upon recognizable proof, both Mickey Arthur and Lahiru Thirimanne have been coordinated to follow the Government’s wellbeing convention spread out on Covid – 19.
Thirimanne most recent affirmed the news is saying he has “got zero manifestations”. “Hey folks got the news that I’m positive for Coronavirus. I have zero indications I actually don’t have the foggiest idea where I contaminated the infection. However, I have been educated by specialists about fundamental subtleties to forestall (the sickness) from spreading to other people. Stay safe individuals,” he tweeted.
The tests were directed for the temporary crew that was to fly out for the West Indies visit.
The visit was planned to get in progress from February twentieth. “Thinking about the current circumstance, SLC is investigating the chance of rescheduling the Tour of West Indies, which was booked to begin on twentieth Feb. 2021,” the SLC said. “Meanwhile, Sri Lanka Cricket will proceed with ordinary tasks, holding fast to the specified Health Protocols in the entirety of its focuses.”