Corona virus outbreakBut can be seen clearly. Due to this, the match between KKR (KKR) and Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) on Monday has been postponed. But, with this, there is also the doubt that whether the Kolkata team will play in the next match in the match on Saturday? If the latest news is coming from the team’s camp, then the whole team is in quarantine and the health workers are keeping their eyes on everyone. But, meanwhile, the team’s CEO Venky Mysore has given a big statement.
Kolkata CEO gave big update
Actually, on Monday, franchise CEO Venky Mysore (Venky mysore), while talking to Star Sports, announced that all the players of the team will be in Quarantine till 6 May. They also say that they will be allowed to come out of isolation only after the corona report of the players is negative. He informed that Shah Rukh Khan, the owner of the franchise, is also taking stock of the team’s position. Mysore said in its statement that,
“We will get the report of the players after some time i.e. on the evening of 6 May. After this, we can also go out for a practice. But it depends on the coach, what kind of decision they want to take in this matter. Varun and Sandeep are isolated separately from the squad. The medical team is constantly in contact with these two players. KKR will now test all players every day and find out about it and will try to fix it as soon as possible. ”
Varun Chakraborty – CEO feeling better than before
Talking further about this, CEO and MD Venky Mysore said that, the franchisee is taking all precautions and trying to control the matter. He told that,
It is a difficult time but I am happy to say that Varun and Sandeep are fine.
‘We are following whatever instructions the medical team of IPL and KKR are giving and from outside also we are being told what we have to do. Sandeep is fine. Their body temperature is normal and they do not show any other symptoms. Feeling good right now. Varun’s condition is better than yesterday.
Pat Cummins is also not well
Following the positive arrival of Varun Chakraborty and Sandeep Warrior, there are also reports that, a BCCI official has informed that, refusing to play against RCB after an infected case came to the camp in Kolkata (KKR) did. Because the health of many players of the franchise has deteriorated. In such a situation, the staff along with all these players have also gone into isolation. Australia’s Pacer Pat Cummins is also not being reported well.