The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has chosen to have an Under-19 camp from August 23 to September 18 at BKSP. All out of 45 cricketers have been chosen for this uncommon camp. The board had separated the cricketers in a gathering of 15 and they should test negative for joining the camp.
On Monday, the Covid-19 test was directed for the players having a place with the second cluster at the Shere Bangla National Stadium’s institute building. In the reports which were delivered yesterday, it was discovered that one U-19 player Iftekhar Hossain has tried positive for the novel coronavirus.
In spite of the fact that the reports of the staying 14 players are negative and they will join the camp at BKSP today. While Hossain will be kept in seclusion under the perception until his reports come out negative.
Bangladesh Cricket Board affirms the updates on Iftekhar Hossain testing positive for Covid-19
The main bunch of the players was tried on August 16 which included 15 cricketers and 12 training staff. None of them was tried positive, in this manner they were sent to the camp at BKSP on August 17. Likewise, the third and last clump of the players will be tried on August 20 (Thursday).
Affirming the news, Bangladesh Cricket Board down improvement supervisor, MA Kayser told ESPNcricinfo, “We have had one positive case, and his name is Iftekhar Hossain. He will presently be in separation under the BCB’s clinical convention. He is solid yet he is as a rule firmly observed. We will furnish him with everything during his separation and the following game-plan will be chosen by the Bangladesh Cricket Board clinical group.”
“The primary group of 15 players showed up at the foundation on August 15, were tried the next day, and when all were discovered negative, were sent to BKSP, the games organization arranged 36km from Mirpur. A similar arrangement was followed for the subsequent cluster, aside from Hossain, while the third clump will be tried on Thursday,” he included.
The Bangladeshi senior cricketers have been rehearsing at the Shere Bangla National Stadium since July 2020. The cricket board was hesitant to permit the players to prepare in the perspective on the progressing coronavirus pandemic yet prior this week Tamim Iqbal and Mustafizur Rahman joined preparing in Mirpur.