Sam Curran went into self-isolation on Thursday after in a single day sickness.© Twitter
England all-rounder Sam Curran has tested negative for the coronavirus, the England and Wales Cricket Board mentioned Friday. Curran went into self-isolation in his room on the on-site lodge on Thursday after in a single day sickness – which included diarrhoea and illness — compelled him out of England’s ongoing intra-squad match on the Ageas Bowl after he had batted on the primary day of the sport.
That in flip raised fears COVID-19 might need discovered its method into England’s bios-secure coaching camp, doubtlessly jeopardising subsequent week’s first Test between England and the West Indies at Hampshire’s headquarters — a match that’s set to mark the return of worldwide cricket from lockdown.
The 22-year-old Surrey star was assessed by medical workers and obtained a brand new check, having already handed three since arriving within the England ‘bubble’.
Having been declared freed from the virus, Curran will rejoin the England squad for internet classes over the weekend.
“England’s Sam Curran has tested negative following his COVID-19 test from yesterday (Thursday),” mentioned an ECB assertion.
“The Surrey all-rounder, who had a sickness bug has recovered and is currently missing the intra-group three-day match, which ends today, has been self-isolating in his room at the Ageas Bowl.
“He will now return to coaching over the subsequent 24-48 hours and can be carefully monitored by the group physician.
“Curran will receive a further COVID-19 test on Sunday with the rest of the playing and management group.”
England are resulting from identify their squad for the primary Test on Saturday.
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