West Indies players who are currently in New Zealand for the white-ball and test series have cleared the second round of COVID-19 tests on Friday.
Last week, the same contingent had cleared the first round of the tests mandated by New Zealand Cricket ahead of the series starting later this month. The players are now due to undergo one final round of tests before the two-week quarantine period gets over.
After their tests, the entire West indies contingent would be allowed to train and use gym facilities under the bio-secure bubble.
Players and the team management will be residing at the NZC’s High-Performance Centre at Lincoln University, situated on the outskirts of Christchurch.
Not more than 15 members will be allowed to train at the gyms until Saturday while the whole camp will get divided into two parts comprising of 20 players each.
Seven more players currently playing in the IPL will be joining the whole team after the completion of IPL on November 10.
The white-ball series will comprise of three T20Is, followed by a couple of Test matches starting from December 3 in Hamilton.