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Cameron Green Plays Test Match on Despite Positive Test

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Australia’s team encountered a setback in preparation for the second Test against the West Indies when both allrounder Cameron Green and coach Andrew McDonald tested positive for COVID-19 on Wednesday. Despite this unexpected turn of events, Green still participated in the second Test. Notably, during the national anthem, he positioned himself away from his teammates to comply with social distancing guidelines. However, this decision has come under close examination amid worries about the potential health risks to other players. The presence of Green on the field prompts discussions about finding the right balance between ensuring player welfare and addressing the broader impact on the team in the midst of the ongoing challenges presented by the pandemic.

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Australia vs West Indies – 2nd Test

Travis Head, the batsman who tested positive for the virus following the initial Test against West Indies in Adelaide, received a negative test outcome on Tuesday after traveling independently to Brisbane for the second match at the Gabba. He rejoined the team for training on Wednesday without any restrictions and was poised to take part in the Test commencing on Thursday. On the other hand, Cameron Green and coach Andrew McDonald, who also tested positive, were separated from the team until their results turned negative.

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