Vivo IPL 2021: CSK coach Michael Hussey tested Covid Positive again after returning negative in previous tests.
Vivo IPL 2021: Chennai Super Kings (CSK) batting coach Michael Hussey will stay in India for a few more days as he tested positive for covid again after coming back negative in previous tests. On Saturday Hussey was doing well and his Covid report came out negative, but subsequent tests came back positive due to which he will have to be in quarantine in Chennai.
After a bus cleaner and bowling coach for CSK L Balaji, Michael Hussey was the third CSK member to test positive for covid.
After seeing several cases of covid, the BCCI abruptly suspended the Indian Premier League halfway indefinitely. All foreign players were sent to their respective homes via chartered flights while Australian cricketers, commentators and support staff were flown to the Maldives.
The Australian government has put in place a travel ban on India until May 15. All players will remain in the Maldives until the Australian government lifts the ban. Anyone who breaks the rules will be punished with 5 years in prison or a heavy fine of $ 66,000.
“He tested negative before boarding an air ambulance from Delhi to Chennai (Thursday). He is fine. All other overseas staff are gone, head coach Stephen Fleming will be flying tomorrow, ”said CSK CEO K. Viswanathan.
In an interview with the Sydney Morning Herald, Michael Hussey said he was fine and feeling better. He also praised the CSK franchise for taking care of him during these difficult times.
“I’m resting well and feeling stronger. I really appreciate what CSK has already done and done for me, ”Michael Hussey recently told the Sydney Morning Herald.
“It is horrible what is happening in India right now with the pandemic and I have been blessed with the great support I have received. I am grateful for all the messages of support from cricket fans in India and Australia, ”he said in a statement.
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