IPL reschedules RCB-KKR match after 2 players from KKR test positive for COVID-19

The Indian Premier League clash between KKR and RCB at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad, scheduled to be played yesterday was postponed. The decision was taken after two KKR team players tested positive for COVID-19.
IPL sent out a press release saying that they are rescheduling the KKR-RCB match that was to take place on May 3, after 2 players from KKR test positive. It was found Varun Chakaravarthy and Sandeep Warrier’s test results returned positive in the third round of testing during the last four days while all other team members tested negative for coronavirus.
The statement further said both players have been isolated from the rest of the squad. The Medical Team is in continuous touch with the 2 players and is monitoring their health. On the other hand, the rest of the KKR team has been put under a daily testing routine to identify any other possible cases at the earliest and treat them.
Currently, the Medical Team is working on finding the close contacts of the 2 positive cases. BCCI and KKR hold the health and safety of everyone involved highly and thus all needful measures are being taken to control this situation. The date for the postponed match hasn’t been decided yet.
During this IPL season, this is the first time Covid has halted the games. RCB is placed 3rd on the points table while KKR are down in 7th place.

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