All the South African players, who returned from their incomplete ODI tour of India, had been discovered to be symptom-freed from coronavirus and those who underwent checks returned detrimental, in line with the workforce’s chief medical officer Dr Shuaib Manjra.
The Proteas, who returned from India on March 18, accomplished a 14-day interval of self-isolation on Thursday, however will stay in lockdown for the subsequent two weeks similar to the remainder of the nation.
“All the players were symptom-free and those who opted to perform the tests returned negative results,” Manjra was quoted as saying by ‘ESPNCricinfo’.
The first match in Dharamsala on March 12 was washed out whereas the second and third video games to be performed in Lucknow and Kolkata — on March 15 and 18 respectively — had been referred to as off indefinitely as a result of COVID-19 pandemic.
South Africa is in the midst of a 21-day nationwide lockdown, which prohibits leaving dwelling besides to purchase meals or medication and does not enable for any out of doors train.
CSA’s focus now could be on sustaining the players’ health and coach Tumi Masekela has despatched all of the players their coaching programmes.
“We’ve got time now to work with players in terms of addressing the small niggles that they may have. They have got time to rest and also to do the strength work,” he stated.
“But the one big thing is the running volume, the aerobic capacity base, which I am going to try and build up in the next two weeks, so that means lot of running, or a lot of cardio work, cycling or swimming.”
The South African workforce doesn’t have any worldwide match lined up till June.
South Africa has greater than 1,400 Covid-19 contaminated folks with 5 deaths