Nitish Rana get ready for training after testing COVID negative
Kolkata Knight Riders batsman Nitish Rana was cleared to train with his teammates on Thursday after testing negative for COVID-19, more than a week after returning positive for infectious disease.
The 27-year-old left-hander tested positive on March 21, a day after arriving in Mumbai, after which he moved into isolation at the team hotel.
“Nitish Rana had investigated KKR with a negative. On March 21, Team Hotel Covid KKR in Mumbai said in a statement, the report which was done on March 19… it was tested on March 22 during quarantine and from the report, It turned out that he was positive.
“He has no symptoms and has been completely asymptomatic since. He isolated himself and was tested again.
he has tested negative. and expect him to start his training with the team soon and before they are fully fit. Beginning of the season “
Rana had scored 352 runs during 14 matches. The IPL 2020 season was held in the United Arab Emirates.
It remains to be seen whether he will be fit to play against the opener in his season against Sunrisers Hyderabad in Chennai on 11 April.
In the recently concluded Vijay Hazare Trophy, Rana was the highest run-scorer for Delhi, scoring 398 runs at an average of 66.33 in seven matches.
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