Marsh has been admitted to the hospital with Covid.

Marsh has been admitted to the hospital with Covid.

Mitchell Marsh, an Australian all-rounder, tested positive for Covid-19 among a number of other members of his IPL team, the Delhi Capitals, and was admitted to hospital.

Marsh, who played his first match of the Indian Premier League season on Saturday, is being constantly monitored by the Delhi Capitals medical team.

According to the release, other positive cases, such as those in the support workers, are all “asymptomatic.

The remaining members of the bio-bubble are currently in isolation and may be examined on a regular basis, with Delhi’s next match set for Wednesday in Pune against Punjab Kings.

Last week, Delhi physio Patrick Farhart tested positive for the virus, but no more instances were revealed as Delhi played Royal Challengers Bangalore at the weekend.

The 15th edition of the Twenty20 tournament is begun, with league matches taking place in four venues around Mumbai and Pune, with crowds of up to 50% of stadium capacity permitted.

In recent weeks, India has seen a little increase in the number of Covid cases, although it is still nowhere near the peak seen last year in March and May.

According to reputable estimates, at least 4,000 people died per day during the peak of the epidemic in 2021.

Over 2,000 new cases were reported in the last 24 hours, according to the health ministry on Monday.

The IPL began in India in April of last year, but was forced to cease a month later due to an outbreak of Covid infections across the United States.

Due to the epidemic, it was resurrected in September in the United Arab Emirates, which will also host the league in 2020.


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