National cricketer Anthony Adams has become the latest confirmed case of COVID-19 among Guyanese cricketers. The Essequibian, an academy player, confirmed that he is unresponsive and that he is alone at the moment. He revealed he has cold and mild back pain, but that is long gone, the left-arm spinner said in an invited comment.
Guyana is currently experiencing a rapid increase in COVID-19 cases. As a result, the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) has decided to suspend all cricket activities, including the daily academy system where players meet and train daily.
The players will undergo tests and return home and conduct training through Zoom.
It was also revealed that the academy system held at the La Bonne Intent (LBI) facility was about to be moved to the Guyana National Stadium in Providence with the necessary approval already given.
Earlier, Guyanese cricketers Romario Shepherd and Trevon Griffith had tested positive for COVID-19. The 28-year-old Adams has been a regular member of the local circuit, and has played world-class cricket for the Guyana Jaguars.

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