West Indies mentor Phil Simmons had before apologized for his players penetrating biosecurity protocols.© Twitter
All individuals from the West Indies unexpected have tried negative from the third and last Covid test, the New Zealand Cricket (NZC) said on Thursday. The players, the board, and care staff will leave the oversaw confinement on Friday. “All members of the initial @windiescricket touring party, currently in managed isolation in Christchurch, have returned negative results from their third and final COVID-19 test. The players, management, and support staff are scheduled to leave managed isolation tomorrow,” New Zealand Cricket tweeted.
All individuals from the underlying @windiescricket visiting party, right now in oversaw detachment in Christchurch, have returned negative outcomes from their third and last COVID-19 test. The players, the executives and care staff are booked to leave oversaw detachment tomorrow. #NZvWI
— BLACKCAPS (@BLACKCAPS) November 12, 2020West Indies’ visiting party had shown up in New Zealand on Friday, October 30 following a 54- hour venture from the Caribbean.
Prior in the day, Cricket West Indies (CWI) named Nicholas Pooran as the T20I bad habit chief, while Roston Chase was named as the Test bad habit commander for the impending arrangement against New Zealand.
Windies last played T20Is in March this year against Sri Lanka. For the arrangement against the Kiwis, West Indies will be without the administrations of Dwayne Bravo and Andre Russell.
During the proposed visit through New Zealand, West Indies are booked to play two Tests and three T20Is from November 27 to December 15.
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