The New Zealand team, who returned from the Australia tour, have been kept in self-isolation for 14 days. The New Zealand Cricket Board gave this information on Thursday. The Kiwi team went to Australia for a three-match Chappell-Headley series. He lost in the first match. The remaining two matches were canceled. The team was asked to return home due to coronavirus. When the team reached Wellington, all the players and support staff were sent to self isolation.

Staff and Players Follow the Rules –

The New Zealand Cricket Board said on Thursday, “All the 15 players and support staff who returned from the tour of Australia have been placed in self-isolation.” The team arrived from Sydney to Wellington on Sunday. “New Zealand Cricket Board PRO Richard Brooke said,” Yes, it is true that all 15 players and the rest of the support staff of our team returned from Australia have been placed in self isolation. On returning to the country, we informed the team and support staff about the meaning of self isolation and its need. They have been strictly instructed to follow the rules of self-isolation. The Prime Minister has already issued orders in this regard. “

Government alert
New Zealand Prime Minister Jesinda Ardern made an order on Wednesday. It said, “Every person returning from a foreign trip will be required to remain in self-isolation for 14 days. If no one complies, then legal action will be taken. The government is cautious about the safety of the common people. For this, the Cabinet has also released a special fund. “The New Zealand Cricket Board has also closed its headquarters in Auckland for an anesthetic. Employees have been asked to focus on telework. The New Zealand team lost to Australia in the first ODI by 71 runs.