Havoc Of Coronavirus Continuous On IPL 2020, Now Important Board Member Of BCCI Tests Positive
Mumbai : The 13th edition of the Indian Premier League is to be held in the UAE. There is just 17 days left to start. In view of the severity of the corona epidemic in India, this year, the IPL is scheduled outside India. The problems of the Board of Control for Cricket in India increased on Friday when 13 members of the franchise team Chennai Super Kings were simultaneously found to be coronavirus positive. Although the management of the team has claimed that the report of all these members has come negative.
Meanwhile, another big news has come out. According to the information, COVID-19 report of a member of BCCI’s medical team present in UAE has come positive. According to an ANI report, the senior member of the BCCI medical team has confirmed that one member was found corona positive. He said, “It is true that one of our member’s corona report has come positive. However, he does not have corona symptoms. But in view of security, members found COVID-19 positive have been kept in isolation.’
The quarantine period of the entire team of Chennai Super Kings was extended due to Coronavirus. CSK team can start practice on the field from September 4, after all the three corona test reports of all the players come negative. Due to these cases of Coronavirus, the schedule of the 13th season has also been delayed. The BCCI may release the IPL schedule on Friday. The Indian Premier League is scheduled to be held from 19 September to 10 November.