Indian women’s T20 cricket team captain Harmanpreet Kaur becomes Coronavirus Positive


Patiala: Kovid-19 (COVID-19) wreaks havoc on cricketers. Now the captain of the Indian women’s T20 cricket team, Harmanpreet Kaur has been found positive in the Coronavirus Test. Mild symptoms have been found in his body.

Test done after mild fever

Harmanpreet Kaur could not play T20 series against South Africa as she got injured during the 5th ODI match played on 17 March. After a mild fever, she underwent a test in which she was found to be COVID-19 positive.

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Home quarantine became Harmanpreet

A source associated with Harmanpreet told PTI, ‘They have isolated themselves at home. He was tested yesterday and this morning the report has come back positive. He had mild fever for the last 4 days, so he thought it better to do the test. Although she is recovering, she should get well soon.

‘Corona after international series’

The source further explained. During the series against South Africa, she was constantly conducting tests. Therefore, they must have been infected with the virus only after this. Significantly, the Indian women’s cricket team returned to the field after 12 months. This team had to face defeat in ODIs and T20 series.

These veterans also got corona

A total of 4 cricketers who took part in the recently concluded Road Safety World Series 2021 have been coronaed. These include the names of Sachin Tendulkar, Yusuf Pathan, S Badrinath, and Irfan Pathan.


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