Holding IPL in India in jeopardy
New Delhi: The IPL in India is in jeopardy due to increasing cases of corona.
According to the details, the 14th season of IPL is starting in Chennai from the 9th of this month. In the first match, Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers Bangalore will face each other.
Even before the start of the Indian League, its conduct has been called into question, as many players and coaching staff have started falling prey to Corona, while IPL players like Daniel Sam Corona of Australia have fallen victim to Corona.
The Australian all-rounder has been separated from the squad and quarantined after a positive Corona test, where a team of doctors is busy caring for him.
Earlier, former Indian cricketer and Mumbai Indians talent scout Kiran Murray was also affected by Corona. The Mumbai team said in a statement that “Murray has no symptoms at the moment but has been isolated.”
The statement said that Mumbai Indians and Kiran Murray are fully abiding by the BCCI’s health guidelines in this regard.
It should be noted that left-arm spinner Akshar Patel of Delhi Capitals and Royal Challengers Bangalore batsman Devdutt Padikal have also been hit by Corona.
On the other hand, 115736 new cases of corona virus have been reported in India during the last 24 hours, bringing the total number of positive cases to 12801785.
Similarly, in the last 24 hours, 630 people have died in India due to corona, after which the number of deaths due to corona has increased to 166177.