Devon Conway tests COVID positive
Devon Conway tests Positive for COVID-19
Devon Conway is the latest member of the New Zealand squad who tested positive for COVID-19. The board announced on Thursday that Conway had undergone a PCR test while preparing for a team in London. Later finding out that he is positive, he has begun his five days of isolation. The management is not seeking a replacement for Conway.
Conway joins his team members namely; all-rounder Michael Bracewell, team physio Vijay Vallabh and their strength & conditioning coach Chris Donaldson as all of them have tested positive earlier. The three members excluding Conway will travel to Leeds for the final Test match at Headingley which starts next Thursday. The rest of the team is clear as they returned with negative results.
Conway had knocks of 46 and 52 runs batting at number three in the second test after Kane Williamson, the team’s captain tested positive on the evening of the match. It is expected that both Conway and Bracewell shall recover before the final match and be available for selection. The Kiwis are current in a losing position with England having a 2-0 lead. The current World Test Series winners will have eyes on the crucial points that they will aim to fetch in the last game in Leeds next week.
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