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The 27-12 months-previous had initially checked into the Capitals’ workforce lodge on March 28 in Mumbai.
While he had entered the bubble with a unfavourable check report, he had returned optimistic for the dreaded virus on April 3 and was transferred to BCCI’s designated medical facility after it was learnt that he confirmed delicate signs.
“Smiles and hugs all around as Bapu returned to the DC camp,” the Delhi Capitals tweeted with a video of Axar assembly his teammates.
“Aadmi dekh ke hi toh mujhe maza aa raha hai [I’m getting sheer joy just by seeing people],” Patel stated within the video.
📹 | Smiles and hugs throughout as Bapu returned to the DC camp 😁🤗Oh, how we missed you, @akshar2026 💙P.S. Kya c… https://t.co/YrSPrBiSJp
— Delhi Capitals (@DelhiCapitals) 1619104521000
Axar was the second IPL participant to get contaminated by the virus after Royal Challengers Bangalore opener Devdutt Padikkal.
There have additionally been a pair of incidents of false-positives within the workforce with Axar’s DC teammate South African pacer Anrich Nortje needing to spend an prolonged interval of time in quarantine as a consequence of a false-optimistic consequence for Covid-19.
Nitish Rana had additionally examined optimistic after becoming a member of the Kolkata Knight Riders camp however his subsequent RT-PCR consequence turned out to be unfavourable.
That smile tells a narrative 💙Welcome again to the sphere, @akshar2026 😍#YehHaiNayiDilli #IPL2021 https://t.co/tWX57z0Iho
— Delhi Capitals (@DelhiCapitals) 1619152200000
In Axar’s absence, the Capitals had roped in younger Mumbai left-arm spinner Shams Mulani as IPL’s first quick-time period Covid-19 substitute.
Delhi are slated to tackle Sunrisers Hyderabad right here on Sunday.
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