Three members of the South African women team had tested positive for COVID-19 before they had started their training camp.
In preparation for their tour against England, the South Africa women’s High Performance squad along with their staff underwent a total of 34 COVID-19 tests. Out of all those, 3 has tested positive prior to the training camp.
As per a CSA media release, ‘Our medical team continue to closely monitor them in accordance with CSA's COVID-19 Steering Committee protocols to ensure their well-being. The players' return to train and play program will be guided by the CSA Medical Committee's protocols’.
Like all of the other upcoming matches, the upcoming match tour of South Africa women in England will also be held in a biosecure environment in September. In preparation for the said match, CSA has already announced their 24-member squad. Those who had tested negative for COVID-19 will start their week-long training before they return to their provinces. During the training, the people who had tested negative would still have to be tested again in preparation for the second training camp. Meanwhile, those who had tested positive will first have to self-isolate for 10 days while not being a part of the training camp.
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