West Indies have begun their two-week quarantine period in Christchurch ahead of their T20I and Test series in New Zealand, after a gruelling 54-hour journey from Barbados.
Squad members not involved in the IPL left Barbados on Tuesday, initially flying to London before further stops in Dubai and Auckland. Having already played a three-Test series in England in July, West Indies are the only international team to have embarked on two overseas tours in the Covid-19 era.
#NZvWI THEY’VE ARRIVED!
The West Indies touring party has landed at the Christchurch Airport in NZ.
— Windies Cricket (@windiescricket) October 30, 2020