Delhi Capitals team ordered to remain quarantined

Delhi Capitals team ordered to remain quarantined

New Delhi: Management has become cautious as the cases of Kovid-19 in the IPL have been continuously exposed. Three members of Kolkata Knight Riders, including two players, came to Corona positive on Sunday morning. By noon, three members associated with Chennai Super Kings came to Karona Positive. Due to this, the match on Sunday was also canceled.

Now the news is that the IPL management has ordered the entire team of Delhi Capitals to remain quarantined. Actually, Delhi had played a match with Kolkata team in the past. Now with the arrival of Kolkata player Kovid-19, the management has taken this decision in a hurry. Under this, the entire team of Delhi Capitals will be quarantined for the next few days. There is also a possibility that the Delhi matches which were to be held in the next few days may be postponed. There is no clear information about when these matches will take place but the information will be released by Monday. 

Please tell that despite the increasing cases of Karona, the BCCI is adamant on getting the IPL done. The IPL management has said in a statement that most of the cases were related to the players who were not with the team, so all the players are safe. The safety of the players is very strong, in such a situation the situation is not very serious, so people will continue to watch IPL matches.


Mohammad Aamir tweeted for India, said this

Mohammad Aamir tweeted for India, said this

Sports Desk: India is currently reeling from the second wave of Corona virus. This wave of corona virus is infecting millions of people every day and dying in thousands. Things are going from bad to worse at the moment. People are becoming each other's support to help people. At the same time, former Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Aamir has also written a message on social media to help India.

Mohammad Aamir shared a video on Twitter and wrote that our neighboring country is currently passing through exam time. Aamir also wrote that prayers should be sought for India. We are with you in this difficult situation, may Allah bless us. Along with this, Aamir wrote the hash tag Get Well Soon India.

Prior to Mohammad Aamir, the current Pakistan team captain Babar Azam had also prayed for India. Babar Azam wrote in tweeting that we are with you in this terrible situation. Together we can defeat this epidemic. 

It may be noted that due to this corona virus, BCCI had to postpone the 14th season of IPL. Because the report of the players came positive during the IPL, due to which some players refused to play the match and the BCCI had to take this big decision.