KARACHI: Black Caps batsman Finn Allen has examined constructive for COVID-19, 48-hours after he arrived in Dhaka from England, mentioned the NZ Cricket Board on Tuesday.
The best-handed batsman was absolutely vaccinated and had cleared all his pre-departure exams in England. Nevertheless, he underwent the COVID-19 screening check for exhibiting average signs upon arrival in Bangladesh.
Allen was instantly quarantined on the group’s lodge in Dhaka as quickly because the check end result turned out to be constructive.
Bangladesh Cricket Board’s chief medical officer is accountable for offering medical therapy to the cricketer throughout his keep in quarantine, whereas Black Caps physician, Pat McHugh will probably be monitoring him.
Along with that, the batsman is in touch with the NCZ chief medical officer as effectively.
Allen will probably be cleared to hitch the group as soon as he has undergone and accomplished the course of therapy and the statutory interval of isolation, and has examined damaging.
Black Caps Supervisor Mike Sandle, who can also be current in Dhaka, mentioned that he’s in fixed contact with Allen and is assured that the Bangladesh authorities are offering the Wellington Firebirds right-hander with the perfect of care and therapy.
Allen had been representing Birmingham Phoenix within the Hundred competitors in England earlier than arriving in Bangladesh.