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West Indies players sanctioned for violating Covid-19 rules in New Zealand


Fahad PervezWeb Editor

12th Nov, 2020. 07:06 pm
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West indies players has been sanctioned from training of their remaining matches because they have violate the rules of COVID-19 in New Zealand some players violated the rules which is set up by the local government of New Zealand.

New Zealand health establishments wedged the touring team breaking the rules in CCTV videotape. According to international news agency, the players from two distinct bubbles, not permitted to train together, were found “sharing meals” and “mingling in groups”.

Following this incident, West Indies coach Phil Simmons apologized to the New Zealand health officials.
He said “I have to apologies to the New Zealand public and the government who have allowed us to come here. It’s awkward from our point of view.”

Johnny Grave, Cricket West Indies CEO was also disappointed with the episode, saying: “It’s a huge blow to our preparation.”

He fully reinforced the specialist’s decision and said the board has hurled its own enquiry regarding the matter.

He also said,

We are extremely disappointed that some of the players seem to have interacted with other members of their respective bubbles. We are in full support of the action taken by the New Zealand Ministry of Health.

All Covid-19 tests from the squad, though, have come back negative so far. The West Indies side will play three T20Is and two Tests against Black Caps starting November 27 in Auckland.

New Zealand health establishments wedged the touring team breaking the rules in CCTV videotape. According to international news agency, the players from two distinct bubbles, not permitted to train together, were found “sharing meals” and “mingling in groups”.

Following this incident, West Indies coach Phil Simmons apologized to the New Zealand health officials.

He said “I have to apologies to the New Zealand public and the government who have allowed us to come here. It’s awkward from our point of view.”

Johnny Grave, Cricket West Indies CEO was also disappointed with the episode, saying: “It’s a huge blow to our preparation.”

He fully reinforced the specialist’s decision and said the board has hurled its own enquiry regarding the matter.

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