Cricket Australia announced on Thursday that Marsh would take over the captaincy duties remotely, with special arrangements in place to ensure the safety of everyone involved.
The all-rounder will be allowed to take part in the match at Bellerive Oval in Hobart; However, strict protocols will be implemented.
Marsh will be allocated a separate dressing room and will have to maintain a safe distance from his teammates while on the field.
Despite his positive diagnosis, Marsh's leadership role remains intact, with it confirmed that he will captain the side in the upcoming three-match T20 series in New Zealand.
This development strengthens his position as a potential captain for the highly anticipated T20 World Cup to be held in the Caribbean and the United States in June.
The decision comes in the wake of recent instances where other players, such as Josh Inglis And cameron greenContinued to participate in international matches despite testing positive for COVID-19.
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Even the Australian coach Andrew McDonaldHe succumbed to the virus last month, underscoring the challenges faced by cricket teams amid the pandemic.
Despite these setbacks, cricket officials remain committed to implementing stringent health and safety measures to ensure the smooth continuation of matches, minimizing the risk of virus transmission within the sporting community.
(With inputs from Reuters)