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Huge Concern on the notes as 8 Staff Members from Mumbai tested Covid-19 positive just before the CSK vs DC Match

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Initial part of IPL 2021 in Mumbai is getting far fetched continuously. As per data rolling in from MCA, 8 ground staff individuals at the Wankhede Stadium have tried COVID-19 positive only couple of days before Chennai Super Kings versus Delhi Capitals match. 

The Wankhede is planned to have 10 group games from April 10 to 25. 

A senior MCA official affirmed the improvement to Insidesport.co on state of namelessness adding that RT-PCR were tests directed on each of the 19 groundsmen on March 26 and April 1

“Yes, 3 tested positive on March 26 & five more on April 1. We have isolated them quickly and we have called for their replacements as well. We are doing everything possible to avert a major outbreak.” 

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The advancement comes as a significant hit to BCCI’s arrangement to adhere to Mumbai as an IPL scene. 

19 ground-staff individuals at the Wankhede Stadium went through RT-PCR tests throughout the most recent week. While three were affirmed to have gotten the infection during the tests directed on March 26, five additional reports from the tests led on April 1 returned positive on Friday. 

The improvement comes scarcely seven days before the IPL 2021 is planned in any case reigning champion Mumbai Indians booked to take on Royal Challengers Bangalore in Chennai on April 9. 

“To say that we are not concerned will not be correct. Yes, there are concerns and we are hoping for the best and preparing for the worst. This is something beyond our control and we can do nothing to check the number of cases. If there is a lockdown, we have to deal with the situation as it comes.”  Said by Source to InsideSport.co on Friday 

“We are keeping a close eye on the situation. We are strictly abiding by BCCI and Health Ministry guidelines. We are concerned and it’s natural but we are not worried as things are beyond our control. There is no point in worrying about things that are beyond your control. Our camp is underway. The team and camp are unaffected by any possibility of lockdown. But the future is beyond our control,”  quoted by Kasi Viswanathan to InsideSport.co

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