Corona virus outbreaks are increasing all over the world. In India, its second wave is causing much more trouble. Thousands of infected people are being found every day. In this way cricket tournament is going on in the country(IPL) is also not untouched. Even before the league started, some players have become corona infected. Now it is learned today that three members of Chennai Super Kings have also been infected with Corona. However, the report of the team’s players has come negative.
Kashi Vishwanathan and Balaji became positive
On Sunday, all the members of the IPL team Chennai Super Kings were corona tested. In which the team’s CEO Kashi Vishwanathan, bowling coachAnd a bus cleaner report has come up positive. However, the reports of all those who are present in Delhi have come negative. After which all are quarantine. All these will be tested again on Monday. If they come back positive, then everyone will be given entry into Biobable only after a negative report for at least twice after quarantine for 10 days.
Last year too, the team members were positive
Let me tell you that last year when IPL was being held in UAE. At the same time, two players of the Chennai Super Kings teamAnd Rituraj Gaikwad were found to be corona infected. At that time, he was not alone. In fact, the wife of team officer Vishwanathan was also a member of the team with positive traits.
Chennai lost the last match against Mumbai Indians. The match, which lasted till the last ball, had also surpassed the culmination of the thrill. During this match, former Indian fast bowler and Chennai bowling coach L Balaji was present in the dugout.
Today’s match has been canceled
IPL’s bio bubble is also not able to save from the grip of Corona virus. Today on mondayTwo players of Varun Chakraborty and Sandeep Warrier have been found corona infected. Due to which other members and players of the team became isolated immediately. This information has also been given to Royal Challengers Bangalore. After this news, the match between these two teams has been postponed.