Mitchell Marsh COVID Negative: Australia all-rounder Mitchell Marsh has now tested negative in the RT-PCR test after testing COVID-19 positive in the Rapid Antigen Test (RAT), leading to the likes of Delhi Capitals (DC) and Punjab Kings (PBKS). There is no threat to the Indian Premier League (IPL) match on Wednesday. Except Delhi Capitals (DC) physio Patrick Farhart, all the members of the team have been found negative in the RT-PCR test. Farhart is on quarantine after being infected with the corona virus.
Danger averted on Delhi-Punjab match
Cricket Board of India (BCCI) official told PTI, ‘The RT-PCR report of Mitchell Marsh is negative. The RT-PCR report is considered conclusive. Apart from him, the result of RT-PCR test of all other members was also negative. There is no threat to Wednesday’s match between Delhi and Punjab.
Mitchell Marsh’s report came negative
Earlier, after showing symptoms of this disease in Mitchell Marsh, rapid antigen test was done which came positive, this may also be because Marsh was undergoing rehabilitation under the guidance of physio Patrick Farhart and he had mild symptoms. Those that did not turn out to be dangerous. But Marsh has now been found negative in the RT-PCR test.
The danger of virus even inside the bio-bubble
The cases of Kovid-19 have started increasing outside the IPL bio-bubble. The risk of virus has also increased inside the bio-bubble. In the last season, the tournament had to be postponed amid the second wave of Corona virus. It was completed in the UAE in September-October.