CHRISTCHURCH: The entire West Indies cricket contingent on Friday cleared the second round of testing and will undergo the final COVID-19 test next week before taking on hosts New Zealand in the first T20I.
The West Indies players and support staff are currently undergoing two-week quarantine at the NZC's High-Performance Centre at Lincoln University, on the outskirts of Christchurch.
The Caribbean team arrived in New Zealand six days ago for the T20I and Test series, starting with the opening T20I in Auckland on November 27, followed by the second and third game in Mount Maunganui on November 29 and 30. Agencies
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