West Indies cleared to train following Covid-19 breach in New Zealand

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The West Indies cricket team have been cleared to leave their biosecure facility in Christchurch on Friday after their third round of coronavirus tests were negative.

The squad, who were banned by New Zealand’s Ministry of Health from training after they breached biosecurity rules, travel to Queenstown on Friday for two warm-up games ahead of the first Twenty20 international on November 27.

West Indies coach Phil Simmons had earlier apologised for his players breaching biosecurity protocols that led to their exemption to conduct training sessions being withdrawn.