5 members of South Africa Ladies’s Rising camp keep again in Bangladesh after testing constructive for COVID-19
Dhaka: 5 members of a South African ladies’s cricket workforce have turn out to be stranded in Bangladesh after testing constructive for Covid-19, officers stated Tuesday.
Seventeen different members of the South Africa Rising workforce left Bangladesh late Monday, earlier than the nation imposed a ban on worldwide flights over a surge in new instances there.
The 5 remaining have been put into isolation in Dhaka, stated Shafiul Alam Nadel of the Bangladesh Cricket Board.
“All members of the South African workforce gave Covid-19 check samples earlier than their departure from Sylhet. 5 of them examined constructive,” stated Himangshu Lal Roy, deputy director of the Osmani Medical School within the northeastern metropolis.
The workforce’s fifth match was because of begin on Tuesday in Sylhet.
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However they lower quick the tour due to the flight ban, which can final from Wednesday till 14 April, as a part of efforts to fight the brand new unfold of infections within the South Asian nation.
The 5 in isolation might be examined once more and if the outcomes are detrimental “we are going to ship them again house on the earliest doable time,” stated Nadel.
Paperwork seen by AFP indicated that workforce supervisor Matshipi Marcia Letsoalo and gamers Sinalo Jafta, Leah Jones, Nobulumko Baneti and Robyn Searle had been left behind.
Bangladesh has reported greater than 684,000 Covid-19 instances and nearly 9,800 deaths. New infections have jumped to 7,000 instances a day in latest weeks, from beneath 300 in February.
The federal government has ordered an eight-day closure of all places of work and transport from Wednesday.
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