Rahul Dravid, the head coach for the Indian squad, has been found to be free of the COVID-19 virus and has travelled to Dubai to be with the rest of the team before their match against Pakistan.
Head coach Rahul Dravid has returned to the Indian team in preparation for their Asia Cup match against Pakistan on Sunday after receiving negative results from his COVID-19 test. Rahul Dravid, the head coach of Team India, has been deemed free of the COVID-19 virus after undergoing testing and has travelled to Dubai to join the team. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) announced in an official statement that the interim coach, Mr. VVS Laxman, who was present with the team during Mr. Dravid’s absence, has returned to Bengaluru to manage the India A program.
Prior to this, a routine test that was performed on Dravid before the team left for the Asia Cup revealed that he had tested positive for the virus.
After a positive test, the former captain of India did not travel with the team because the BCCI chose to replace him with VVS Laxman, the head of the National Cricket Association.
Earlier, the secretary of the BCCI, Jay Shah, issued a statement in which he indicated that the head coach of the Indian team was experiencing very moderate symptoms.
During a routine test that was done before the team left for the United Arab Emirates to compete in the Asia Cup 2022, Head Coach Rahul Dravid of Team India tested positive for COVID-19.
“At this time, Dravid is being monitored by the medical staff from the BCCI. He is experiencing just moderate symptoms.” “He will rejoin the team as soon as he returns with a negative report regarding COVID-19,” Shah had stated in a release earlier.
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