England all-rounder Sam Curran has gone into self-isolation due to illness. He has been suffering from diarrhea since last Wednesday night. England was playing a warm-up match in practice ahead of the West Indies series.
Curran was unbeaten on 15 at the end of the first day of the match. However, he did not take part in the game due to illness. The England Cricket Board (ECB) announced his illness in a statement. England team doctor Mark Otter spoon has his health checked after PPE.
Besides, Curran’s corona has already been tested. Test results could come on Friday. The ECB has said that after the illness of Curran, the corona of the entire England squad will be tested next Sunday.
For the series against the West Indies, the England team is now in a ‘bio-secure’ environment called Aegis Bowl. England and the West Indies, meanwhile, were built as the safest environments in England and the West Indies ahead of the series.
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However, despite such precautions, Curran’s illness is raising fears among ECB officials. However, it is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. Which is why Sam Curran has put himself in self-isolation.