An umpire of Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) tested positive for Covid-19, Debashis Chowdhury, the chief physician of BCB confirmed the media.
The umpire, Ali Arman Rajon, was supposed to work as the fourth umpire in the games of Bangabandhu T20 Cup on November 28.
“Ali Arman has tested positive for Covid-19. He is in isolation at his home. He is doing well,” Debashis told the media.
Arman was staying in the bio-secure bubble with the other match officials and players, raising fears that the bubble's biosecurity had been compromised. But, as of November 28, there are no other reports of Covid-19 in the group.
Bangabandhu T20 Cup 2020 started on November 28 and it will continue to December 18 with matches taking place on alternate days.