IPL 2021: Devdutt Padikkal returns COVID-19 damaging, joins RCB camp | Cricket Information
Devdutt Padikkal, who had contracted the novel coronavirus final week, returned COVID-19 damaging on Wednesday and joined the remainder of the Royal Challengers Bangalore squad. The franchise launched an official assertion on this regard.
“We’re happy to tell that Royal Challengers Bangalore, Left-handed Batsman Devdutt Paddikal, has joined the staff on seventh April 2021 with damaging stories for COVID-19 as per BCCI protocols. RCB medical staff was in fixed contact with Devdutt to make sure his security and well-being,”the assertion learn.
Daring Diaries: Devdutt Padikkal joins the RCB camp after testing damaging for COVID-19. He’s wholesome, feeling higher and raring to go. Right here’s a message to all RCB followers from Devdutt.#PlayBold #WeAreChallengers #IPL2021 pic.twitter.com/BtVszNABJW
— Royal Challengers Bangalore (@RCBTweets) April 7, 2021
Padikkal had examined positive for the virus on March 22 and was below self quarantine at dwelling.
The 20-year-old had emerged because the main run-scorer from RCB camp within the earlier version held in UAE, through which he accrued 473 runs from 15 video games.
Earlier within the day, RCB’s overseas recruit Daniel Sams tested positive for COVID-19. “Daniel Sams checked into the staff lodge in Chennai on April third, with a damaging COVID report on arrival. His report from the 2nd check on seventh April got here optimistic. Sams is at the moment asymptomatic and he’s at the moment in isolation at a delegated medical facility,” RCB wrote on their official Twitter profile.
Sams had joined the RCB coaching camp final week on April 3 with a damaging report, however has since examined optimistic. He’s considered one of 5 Australians with RCB this season, becoming a member of Glenn Maxwell, Dan Christian, Adam Zampa and Kane Richardson.