Kolkata Knight Riders batsman Nitish Rana had examined determined a day after his arrival in Mumbai on March 21, following which he went into isolation in the crew resort.
Kolkata Knight Riders batsman Nitish Rana has examined negative for COVID-19 (Twitter)
Kolkata: Kolkata Knight Riders batsman Nitish Rana on Thursday became once cleared to instruct with his teammates after checking out negative for COVID-19, more than a week after returning determined for the infectious disease. The 27-Three hundred and sixty five days-outdated left-handed batsman had examined determined a day after his arrival in Mumbai on March 21, following which he went into isolation in the crew resort.
“Nitish Rana had checked into the KKR crew resort in Mumbai, on March 21 with a negative COVID characterize which became once done on March 19… He became once examined on March 22, all the contrivance in which through his quarantine and the characterize confirmed that he became once resolute,” KKR said in an announcement. “He has had no symptoms and has been fully asymptomatic since. He isolated himself and became once examined again this day. We are happy to characterize that he has examined negative. We attach a question to him to launch coaching with the crew quickly and be fully fit effectively earlier than the launch of the season.”
Rana had scored 352 runs in 14 suits all the contrivance in which during the IPL 2020 season held in UAE. It remains to be seen whether or no longer he’ll be fit to play for their season-opener against Sunrisers Hyderabad in Chennai on April 11.
Within the no longer too lengthy ago-concluded Vijay Hazare Trophy one-dayers, Rana became once the tip-dash getter for Delhi with 398 runs in seven suits at an moderate of 66.33.