West Indies begin two-week quarantine in New Zealand ahead of T20I, Test series

Coronavirus pandemic has brought tough times for everyone in the world especially due to the lockdown imposed after its onset. Many people lost their employment and many were left with nothing to eat in different parts of the world.

It was also a tough phase for all the players who were devoid of any professional exposure for these 6-7 months. Also after the sports resumed the players have been forced to follow quarantine restrictions for their safety, in case if anyone tests positive for the virus he can be isolated from others.

Coronavirus might have given a lot of challenges to the world but it has seriously increased everyone’s patience level. 

West Indies begin two-week quarantine in New Zealand ahead of T20I, Test series
West Indies begin two-week quarantine in New Zealand ahead of T20I, Test series

Expressed dissent:

Eoin Morgan and Jason Holder recently criticized the quarantine restrictions being imposed on the players as they said that a quarantine of 14 days either way on any tour leaves no personal or family time for any player and that every player is finding hard to cope with it. Jason Holder added that due to these restrictions he hasn’t seen his family in about 6 months.

NZ vs WI to begin:

As the IPL reaches its closing stages the platform is all set for the series between New Zealand and West Indies.

Most of the West Indies players have already begun their quarantine in New Zealand. Kieron Pollard who is playing for Mumbai Indians and Jason Holder who is playing for Sunrisers Hyderabad will join the team later as soon as IPL is over.

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