A bunch of Australian Open gamers and employees will quarantine for 2 weeks after two folks on their flight to Melbourne examined optimistic for coronavirus.
About 1,200 gamers and employees are arriving in Melbourne forward of the delayed Australian Open beginning on Feb. 8. However one flight, from Los Angeles which landed on Friday, has led to 2 optimistic COVID-19 checks, in accordance with a letter shared by gamers Pablo Cuevas and Santiago Gonzalez.
“Sadly, we have now been knowledgeable by the well being authorities that two folks in your flight QR7493 from LAX that arrived at 5.15 a.m. on Friday 15 January have returned optimistic COVID-19 PCR checks on arrival in Melbourne,” a part of the letter learn.
“The chief well being officer has reviewed the flight and has decided that everybody on board must isolate and will probably be confined to their rooms for the 14-day quarantine interval.”
The world’s greatest tennis gamers are arriving, able to combat for the primary Grand Slam title of 2021. Earlier than the battle can start they have to quarantine for 14 days, take every day COVID-19 checks, bodily distance, and observe & prepare below strictly managed COVIDSafe situations. pic.twitter.com/XrJDmc9vCi
— #AusOpen (@AustralianOpen) January 15, 2021
The 2 optimistic checks had been reportedly for a crew member and a participant who shouldn’t be a participant.
Gamers had been resulting from be allowed to coach for 5 hours per day, however these on that flight will now quarantine for 2 weeks.
Victoria on Saturday recorded its tenth consecutive day with no regionally acquired circumstances of the coronavirus.