Commonwealth Games Australia Statement on Australian Cricketer Tahlia McGrath

Commonwealth Games Australia Statement on Australian Cricketer Tahlia McGrath

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Commonwealth Games Australia can confirm that Cricketer Tahlia McGrath has returned a positive test for Covid-19.

Commonwealth Games Australia clinical staff have consulted with the Commonwealth Games Federation RACEG (Results Analysis Clinical Expert Group) team and match officials, and McGrath is taking part in today’s final against India.

McGrath presented to team management with mild symptoms on Sunday and subsequently returned the positive test. She was named in the starting XI at the toss and the International Cricket Council (ICC) approved her participation in the final.

In consultation with the Commonwealth Games Federation and the ICC, Commonwealth Games Australia and Cricket Australia medical staff have implemented a range of comprehensive protocols which will be observed throughout the game and for post-match activity, to minimise the risk of transmission to all players and officials.

Commonwealth Games Australia has maintained a comprehensive COVID-19 risk mitigation strategy for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, with testing protocols over and above those required by the Birmingham 2022 Organising Committee.

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