Big blow for IPL in Mumbai, 8 floor workers members take a look at constructive

Big blow for IPL in Mumbai, 8 floor workers members take a look at constructive

IPL 2021: Big blow for IPL in Mumbai, 8 floor workers members take a look at constructive earlier than CSK vs DC match
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IPL 2021 – Big blow for IPL in Mumbai: Holding 1st leg of IPL 2021 in Mumbai is getting uncertain by the day. According to data coming in from MCA, 8 floor workers members on the Wankhede Stadium have examined COVID-19 constructive simply few days earlier than Chennai Super Kings vs Delhi Capitals match.

The Wankhede is scheduled to host 10 league video games from April 10 to 25.

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IPL 2021: Big blow for IPL in Mumbai, 8 floor workers members take a look at constructive few days earlier than CSK vs DC match

According to a report by Sportstar,  19 groundstaff members on the Wankhede Stadium underwent RT-PCR exams during the last week. While three had been confirmed to have contracted the virus in the course of the exams performed on March 26, 5 extra experiences from the exams performed on April 1 returned constructive on Friday.

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The growth comes barely per week earlier than the IPL 2021 is scheduled to start with defending champion Mumbai Indians scheduled to tackle Royal Challangers Bangalore in Chennai on April 9.

The Mumbai Cricket Association could herald its groundstaff from its different two amenities – the Sharad Pawar Academy at Bandra-Kurla Complex and Sachin Tendulkar Gymkhana at Kandivali – to fill in for the contaminated personnel. However, will probably be fascinating to see if the BCCI is pressured to rethink its determination to stay to Mumbai as a venue for the IPL.

IPL 2021: Big blow for IPL in Mumbai, 8 floor workers members take a look at constructive few days earlier than CSK vs DC match

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IPL 2021 – BCCI ‘Concerned’ as Covid-19 grows: Earlier on Friday InsideSport.co had reported that amid the experiences of the second wave of Covid-19 impacting and affecting the whole nation, issues inside the BCCI at the moment getting ready for IPL 2021 are additionally rising. The issues are extra because the state of affairs in Mumbai, the venue for the primary part of IPL 2021 is getting worse by the day – particularly now they’ll develop manifolds as 8 members of the ground-staff on the stadium has received contaminated by the virus.

“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.” a BCCI official informed Insidesport.co on Friday on the situation of anonymity.

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IPL 2021: Teams additionally very involved in regards to the state of affairs: Camps for all eight groups that includes within the 2021 IPL season are at the moment in full swing however there are some severe issues amongst those that are tenting in Mumbai and Maharashtra. One such crew is Chennai Super Kings (CSK) which was among the many first IPL groups to start out their camp in Mumbai.

CSK is at the moment placing up at Oberoi Trident Hotel in Mumbai and are involved in regards to the state of affairs and holding an in depth eye on the developments.

“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,” CSK CEO Kashi Viswanathan informed Insidesport.co.

As Covid-19 circumstances proceed to surge, Maharashtra Government has imposed a 12-hour evening curfew imposed in Pune from tomorrow as Maharashtra reported its highest ever addition of Covid-19 circumstances in a single day on Thursday. The state recorded over 43k circumstances and 249 deaths prior to now 24 hrs.

IPL 2021 begins on April 9 and the primary match between CSK & DC is slated in Mumbai on April 10 – with state of affairs getting out of hand, BCCI could determine to shift matches out of Mumbai.

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