Somewhere in the range of 500 and 600 Australian Open players, authorities and care staff will go into seclusion after a specialist at one of the occasion’s isolate inns tried positive for Covid.
Thursday’s play at the six Melbourne Park has been dropped subsequently. Premier Daniel Andrews stage there is no effect on the competition appropriate.”
Players will be allowed to re-visitation a negative test.
“We will work really be expected,” said Australian Open coordinators.
The Grand Slam competition, which was pushed back by three weeks to empower players to isolate, begins on Monday.
Andrews said a 26-year-elderly person had tried positive for Covid-19 – which could be the UK strain of the infection – subsequent to working at the Grand Hyatt lodging in Melbourne’s Central Business District.
The safety officer tried negative after his last move at a positive outcome after he was tried again on 2 February.
This was one of the inns where the 1,000 players, authorities and care staff remained to finish a 14-day isolate period on their appearance in Australia.
Andrews said the with the Australian Open were considered to be “easygoing contacts” of the man.
“This is be terrified or frightened,” said Andrews, who reported the province of Victoria would re-visitation of certain limitations including veils to be worn inside.
“We dealing with such a flare-ups and issues.”
Australia has forced the world’s hardest limitations over smother the Covid. severe line controls – both globally and locally – have helped limit Covid-19 cases to under 29,000 under 1,000. information about the effect of positive test on the Australian Open, Andrews added: “We have we will strive to keep the . The choice has been made and continue one week from now.”