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IPL 2021 hurdles, 5 members of DDCA become Kovid positive

The second phase of IPL 2021 is being played at Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi and Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. But in the meantime, the threat of corona virus seems to be hovering over the tournament. The Corona report of two KKR players was positive in the bio-bubble’s secure environment and now it has been reported that 5 members of the DDCA’s ground staff have been found to be corona infected.

5 members of DDCA Corona Positive

In the country’s capital, Delhi, Corona is making a cry right now. Due to this, the government of Arvind Kejriwal has also announced a lockdown there. But despite the lockdown in Delhi, the second phase of IPL 2021 is being played in a bio-bubble environment.

On Monday, five members of the Delhi District Cricket Association’s ground staff were found to be Corona positive. In Delhi after this sequence of events IPL Matches can be postponed till May 8. On May 4, the match will be played between Sunrisers Hyderabad and Mumbai Indians on the Delhi ground itself, on which no updates have been made so far.

CSK stopped practice

Nationwide Corona virus Matters are setting new records every day. The situation in Delhi is also very critical. Meanwhile, two staff members of Chennai Superkings and one bus driver have also been found positive. All these have been isolated and the CSK team has canceled the practice. Chennai is currently in Delhi and the matches of this stage are to be played in Delhi. Significantly, IPL 2021 is no longer untouched by the ever increasing corona cases.

KKR vs RCB match postponed

IPL 2021

KKR on Monday at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad after the Corona report of 2 players came positive Royal Challengers Bangalore And the match played between Kolkata Knight Riders has been postponed.

Right now the threat of corona virus is seen on IPL 2021. The BCCI had cited that the tournament is being played in a completely safe environment, but in this way the board may take a tough decision as Corona matters grow.

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