New Delhi: The Indian women’s T20 team captain Harmanpreet Kaur has tested positive for COVID-19 and is experiencing mild symptoms. Kaur, who did not play in the T20 series against South Africa in Lucknow after injuring herself in the fifth ODI on March 17, got herself tested on Monday after developing mild fever.

“She is self-isolating at home. She got tested yesterday and the report came positive today morning. She had mild fever since four days so thought it was best to get tested. She is doing fine otherwise and should recover soon,” a source close to the player told PTI. “She was getting tested regularly during the South Africa series so she must have caught the virus after that only,” the source added.

Kaur had shown decent form in the ODIs scoring a half-century and a 40. India, who returned to international cricket after 12 months, lost both the ODI and T20 series.

Earlier Irfan Pathan, a former India allrounder, has become the fourth cricketer from the Road Safety World Series (RSWS) to have tested positive for the coronavirus. Batting legend Sachin Tendulkar, Subramaniam Badrinath and Irfan’s older brother Yusuf, who all represented India Legends at the T20 tournament in Raipur, have also contracted the deadly virus.