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Sports: Indian men’s hockey team under the shadow of Covid, striker Gurjant and coach Graham Reid were found positive

Bengaluru | The Indian males’s hockey group’s preparatory camp for the Commonwealth Video games witnessed an outbreak of COVID-19 on Thursday when 5 gamers, together with striker Gurjant Singh and head coach Graham Reid, examined constructive for the virus. The RT-PCR take a look at was completed on Wednesday morning. The contaminated persons are displaying gentle signs and have been saved in isolation right here. Hockey India mentioned in a media launch with out naming anybody, “Two gamers of the Indian males’s hockey group getting ready for the Commonwealth Video games 2022 and three members of the help workers have been discovered to be Covid-19 constructive.

A group supply instructed PTI, “Gurjant and Graham Reid have been contaminated. Staff’s video analyst Ashok Kumar Chinnaswamy has additionally been discovered constructive. Aside from Gurjant, the participant who examined constructive is Ashish Kumar Topno. Singh, Pawan, Lalit Kumar Upadhyay, Harmanpreet Singh, Varun Kumar and Amit Rohidas.

The gamers have arrived on the camp after enjoying towards Belgium and Netherlands within the FIH Hockey Professional League. The camp will conclude on July 23, after which the group will go away for the Commonwealth Video games in Birmingham. Based on the information of the Union Health Ministry, Corona in India within the final 24 hours 18,819 new circumstances of the virus have been reported. Now the variety of lively circumstances within the nation is one lakh 4 thousand 555. With 39 new deaths within the nation, the whole quantity of people that died of an infection has gone as much as 5 lakh 25 thousand 116.

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