Mujeeb Ur Rahman has examined optimistic for COVID-19.© AFP
Afghanistan spinner and Brisbane Warmth’s worldwide recruit Mujeeb Ur Rahman is recovering from COVID-19 after testing optimistic all by means of lodge quarantine in Queensland, the membership talked about on Friday. The Afghanistan spinner travelled from his dwelling in Kabul final week nonetheless reported indicators all by means of his obligatory quarantine interval this week. Mujeeb will hold contained in the care of the Queensland Successfully being Division till he’s cleared to hyperlink with the Warmth for the upcoming Large Bash League (BBL).
Queensland Cricket CEO Terry Svenson talked in regards to the welfare of Mujeeb was of the right concern for QC and the Brisbane Warmth.
“We’ll work with the related authorities to make sure the integrity of the opponents and well-being of the participant is suitably addressed. He’s a youthful man away from dwelling and we’ll guarantee he’s taken care of,” the Brisbane Warmth web site on-line quoted Svenson as saying.
Brisbane Warmth had re-signed Mujeeb for the upcoming tenth mannequin of BBL.
“The properly being and security of our gamers, employees and the broader group is our extreme precedence this season. Each Mujeeb and the Brisbane Warmth have our full assist and we’ll guarantee all Queensland Authorities protocols proceed to be adopted as he recovers,” talked about Alistair Dobson, Cricket Australia’s Head of Large Bash Leagues.
All through the tenth season of BBL which may get underway on December 10, the final phrase day of the widespread season could possibly be carried out on January 26 and includes a triple-header break up between the SCG (one match) and MCG (two matches).
The five-match remaining assortment begins on January 29. The ultimate phrase has been slated for February 6.
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