West Indies pressured to halt red-ball coaching camp after Jamaican pacer Marquino Mindley returns constructive COVID-19 check

West Indies pressured to halt red-ball coaching camp after Jamaican pacer Marquino Mindley returns constructive COVID-19 check

Gros Islet, St. Lucia: The West Indies crew was pressured to halt its red-ball coaching camp in Gros Islet this weekend after Jamaican pacer Marquino Mindley examined constructive for COVID-19.

The 26-year-old returned constructive for COVID in his second check.

“Following PCR Assessments administered on Friday 21 Might for all members of the West Indies males’s crimson ball coaching camp being held in St Lucia, Jamaican quick bowler, Marquino Mindley, examined constructive on his second COVID-19 check,” Cricket West Indies (CWI) stated in a press release on Sunday.

Mindley is asymptomatic and can self-isolate till he returns two unfavourable check outcomes.

File image of Marquino Mindley. Cricket West Indies

File picture of Marquino Mindley. Cricket West Indies

“In accordance with the medical protocols established with the St. Lucian Ministry of Well being, Mindley, who’s at present asymptomatic, will now self-isolate in his lodge room beneath the supervision of the Cricket West Indies (CWI) Medical Crew till he returns two back-to-back unfavourable outcomes,” the assertion learn.

All gamers and helps employees have returned unfavourable on being re-tested. Nevertheless, coaching has been cancelled for the weekend.

“All different members of the coaching squad and training crew had been re-tested and remoted of their rooms, with coaching cancelled for the weekend.

“All of those coaching squad and training crew members have now examined unfavourable following their repeat exams and the squad will prepare in small teams beginning on Monday 24 Might, on the Daren Sammy Cricket Floor.”

The West Indies red-ball coaching camp is being held in a bio-secure surroundings forward of the ICC World Check Championship two-match sequence towards South Africa, scheduled to begin on 10 June.

Earlier this week, CWI had bought 13 members of the West Indies red-ball squad, together with gamers and help employees, vaccinated.

“CWI continues to work with all of the regional governments and CARPHA to encourage and help all squad members to get vaccinated. Up to now, 43 members of West Indies males’s enjoying and training employees have acquired vaccination doses.”

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