Blackcaps paceman Lockie Ferguson has been placed in isolation, after his side's defeat to Australia in the opening match of the Chappell-Hadlee series.
Ferguson, who played in the opening one-dayer, reported a sore throat at the end of play and was placed in isolation at the team's hotel, over fears it could be COVID-19.
The three-match Chappell-Hadlee series is being played at empty stadiums, due to the coronavirus.
"In accordance with recommended health protocols, Lockie Ferguson has been placed in isolation at the team hotel for the next 24 hours, after reporting a sore throat at the end of the first ODI," New Zealand Cricket said.
"Once the test results are received and diagnosed, his return to the team can be determined."
Australian quick Kane Richardson missed the series-opener at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Friday, after also suffering a mild sore throat.
The 29-year-old was also quarantined from his team and sent for coronavirus tests, but was cleared of the issue and returned to the ground late in the game.
Australia went onto win the match by 71 runs to take a 1-0 series lead.
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