Kyle Anderson has returned to his family in Australia after over four weeks in isolation.
Anderson had tested positive for coronavirus on March 29, and has spent the period since in isolation on a nearby farm in Mount Morgan, Queensland.
Although the former Auckland Darts Masters champion did not require hospital treatment and did not suffer from serious symptoms, continued positive tests had kept him in isolation.
However, Anderson finally received a negative test result on Thursday, and has returned to be with wife Tara and son Charles.
KYLE ANDERSON UPDATE— TSMC Ltd (@tsmcltd180) April 30, 2020
After 4 weeks of isolation I can today share the fantastic news that Kyle has at last tested negative to Coronavirus and has finally moved back in with his wife and child. pic.twitter.com/absxQF35MF