After the Coronavirus infection case in IPL 2021, the tournament had to be stopped midway and almost all the players, Indians and foreigners, have returned to their respective homes. The Australian players, support staff and commentators have reached Maldives, where he will stay until 15 May and then return to his country. At the same time, an Australian veteran is still in India. Chennai Super Kings (CSK) batting coach Michael Hussey is still in India. After the postponement of the tournament, the news of Hussey getting corona infected was revealed. In the meantime, there is a relief news. According to the latest information, the new report of Hussey has come negative. Despite this, he will remain in India for the time being and will complete his isolation.
On May 3 and 4, there were cases of corona infection inside the bio-bubble of the IPL. A total of 6 people, including some players, were found positive about the disease. After this, the BCCI postponed the tournament for indefinite and arrangements were made to return the players to their country. During this, Hussey was also found infected. Hussey was in Delhi with the Chennai team, from where he was brought to Chennai with the help of an air ambulance. Here he is in isolation under the supervision of CSK Management.
First report negative before reaching Chennai
Now the CEO of the franchise, Kashi Vishwanath has told that the new report of Hussey has come negative, but he will remain in isolation. Vishwanath while talking to news agency PTI said,
“He had come negative before he left for Chennai Air Ambulance from Delhi. They are fine The rest of the foreign players have gone. Coach Stephen Fleming will leave tomorrow. "
Australian camp reached Maldives
Hussey is in a 10-day isolation in a hotel in Chennai. Once fully fit, the BCCI will send him to Australia. All Australian players, coaches and commentators, except Hussey, left for Maldives on Thursday 6 May. Due to the Australian Government's ban on travelers coming from India, these players are also not able to go directly to their country and will remain in the Maldives till the May 15 ban deadline.