Covid-19 Hits IPL 2021: Now the clouds of crisis have arisen on the Indian Premium League (IPL) due to Kovid 19. For the first time since IPL 2021 started, the coronavirus has defeated the bio bubble. According to the latest report, 2 players of Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) have been found to be Corona positive. At the same time, some players and franchise staff are ill. After the report of 2 players comes positive, some players and staff want to isolate themselves. Due to this, the match between KKR and Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) to be held today evening can be postponed. If the cases increase, then the entire IPL can be canceled this year.
The report of these 2 players is positive
According to reports, many KKR players are suffering from fever. The corona report of two players has come positive. According to the report of ANI, the names of these players are Varun Chakraborty and Sandeep Warrier. It is believed that Varun Chakraborty came out of the bio bubble of IPL to get his shoulder scanned through the official Green channel and probably got caught by this virus during this time.
IPL reschedules Kolkata Knight Riders-Royal Challengers Bangalore match slated for today after two KKR players test positive for COVID-19: BCCI
— ANI (@ANI) May 3, 2021
Pat Cummins and others sick
According to the report, Pat Cummins of Kolkata Knight Riders has fever. At the same time, some other players and support staff of the team are ill. That’s why the management has isolated the rest. For this reason the match against RCB is being rescheduled. With Varun Chakraborty and Sandeep Warrier being hit by Corona, now RCB is also afraid to take the field against KKR.
Talking about the performance in this season, KKR have won only 2 matches out of 7 matches, while they have to face defeat in five. The team is at number 7 in the points table. Due to the increasing corona cases in the country, the BCCI had made the bio-bubble more strict for the players involved in the IPL a few days ago. Corona test of players and support staff was being done every other day.