COVID outbreak in India camp: Dhawan, Gaikwad, Shreyas and multiple non-coaching staff test positive

NEW DELHI: A COVID-19 outbreak hit the Indian cricket team on Wednesday as three main players — senior opener Shikhar Dhawan, reserve opener Ruturaj Gaikwad and middle-order batter Shreyas Iyer — tested positive for the virus during their mandatory isolation period before the start of West Indies series.
Four other persons, including net bowler Navdeep Saini, have also tested positive for COVID-19. Saini is also on standby list.
The remaining three who tested positive for the virus are non-playing members — fielding coach T Dilip, security liaison officer B Lokesh and masseur Rajeev Kumar.

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