BCCI VP Rajeev Shukla has uncovered that the BCCI are thinking about getting the players immunised given the new COVID spike in the country. Shukla is of the assessment that nobody has a lot of thought concerning how long the worldwide pandemic would proceed, and thus immunisation is the route forward.
The 2021 IPL is good to begin from April 9, yet with the rising number of COVID cases in the country, there are question marks whether the competition will go on as arranged. A few ground individuals at the Wankhede tried positive for Covid-19, on Saturday, while a CSK staff part additionally got back with a positive report for the infection. Indeed, even the players haven’t been saved from the dangerous illness.
KKR’s Nitish Rana and DC’s Axar Patel have tried positive for the infection while there are reports that RCB’s Devdutt Padikkal has additionally tried positive for the equivalent.
In the midst of this, BCCI VP Rajeev Shukla has declared that the BCCI are considering getting the players immunised as there is no sureness about the climax of the worldwide pandemic. Presently, an enormous immunisation drive is going on going full speed ahead in the entire district.
“In order to cope with this coronavirus rise, I think the only solution is to get vaccinated. BCCI is also thinking on those lines that players should be vaccinated. Nobody knows when coronavirus is going to end and you can’t give a deadline that by this time frame, it will not be there so players can play easily. So, I think, now we will have to think over that. Vaccination should be done for the players also,” quoted by Rajeev Shukla as told to ANI reported by HT.
There has been an enormous spike in the province of Maharashtra with Mumbai as a scene going under the scanner. Truth be told, there will be night time limitation in the territory of Maharashtra in the midst of the rising cases just as expressed by Minister Aslam Shaikh.
“Night curfew will be put in place from 8 pm to 7 am. Only essential services will be permitted. Restaurants are permitted only for take away & parcel services. For offices, employees will have to work from home. Detailed SOP will be released soon”, said by Aslam Shaikh as said by ANI.