Lockie Ferguson's COVID-19 Test adverse, will return residence with fellow gamers on Sunday morning

by Jeremy Spirogis
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New Zealand cricket workforce quick bowler Lockie Ferguson's Kovid-19 Test has come adverse. Ferguson will now return residence with fellow gamers on Sunday morning. This quick bowler was separated from fellow gamers after complaining of neck ache. Ferguson had complained of sore throat after the preliminary ODI in opposition to Australia. After this, he was subjected to Kovid-19 check as a precaution.

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He was instantly sidelined following a 71-run defeat in Sydney on Friday and was stored no less than 24 hours aside till that trial. <! –

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New Zealand Cricket mentioned on Friday, "According to health-related protocol, Lockie Ferguson has been kept separate at the team hotel for the next 24 hours after complaining of throat pain after the end of the first ODI." According to this, 'Once the result of the check comes and they’re examined, their return to the workforce shall be determined.'

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Earlier, Australian quick bowler Ken Richardson was additionally stored apart on Thursday as a result of a sore throat and was given a Kovid-19 check. But he was discovered adverse within the check. The remaining two ODIs of the collection between the 2 groups have been canceled.

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