Carlos Brathwaite Tests Positive for Coronavirus and is in Isolation

Carlos Brathwaite Tests Positive for Coronavirus and is in Isolation

Caribbean all-rounder Carlos Brathwaite is back in trouble after playing The Hundred. Carlos Brathwaite tests positive for the Coronavirus, authorities sent him on isolation because he was infected with a corona on his flight. Fear of getting him in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL 2021) due to quarantine problems.

Brathwaite was the captain of The Manchester Originals, The Hundred, England’s first franchise tournament. After the event, he came on a flight to the West Indies to play in his country’s CPL. However, Brathwaite was sent to a mandatory quarantine after a positive corona test on a flight from England.

“As far as I was concerned, my corona test was negative,” Brathwaite said. We have been told to stay in quarantine. I don’t know how long I have to stay. We were just told we were allowed to walk around the hotel. ‘

He said that he is currently in the room to observe the quarantine as it has not been announced yet how long he will have to stay in the quarantine. He said that he is physically preparing to prepare for the CPL.

Brathwaite said: ‘I still don’t know how long I’ve been in quarantine. I’m just in my room. I am trying to stay physically healthy while sitting here. ‘

This year’s CPL match will be played on Thursday (August 26) between Guyana Amazon and Trincomalee Knight Riders. Jamaica Talwahs will play the first match of this year’s event on Friday (August 28). There, Brathwaite’s Jamaican opponent is St. Lucia Kings. However, the quarantine problem has caused uncertainty about his match play.

 

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