Kane Richardson has been cleared of the coronavirus. © AFP
Australian quick bowler Kane Richardson has been cleared of the coronavirus and rejoined his teammates on the Sydney Cricket Ground on Friday. Richardson, who returned from South Africa with the ODI squad this week, was remoted and examined as a precaution after creating a gentle sore throat. The Cricket Australia web site stated Richardson has been cleared of coronavirus after he returned a adverse consequence to COVID-19 testing.
— cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) March 13, 2020
Kane Richardson has examined adverse for COVID-19 and is again on the SCG pic.twitter.com/NlIwMw0Urv
— ICC (@ICC) March 13, 2020
He was launched from his resort room quarantine to journey to the SCG to hitch the remainder of the squad for the opening ODI towards New Zealand.
Fans have been barred from the sport in Sydney to curb the unfold of the coronavirus, which has shut down a swathe of sporting occasions together with this week’s Australian Grand Prix.