IPL teams will start training after six days of isolation

IPL teams will start training after six days of isolation

Chennai Super Kings traveled to Dubai with their entire team on the 21st to participate in this year’s IPL series. It is expected that IPL teams will start training after six days of isolation. And no official information has been released on who is affected in Corona.

Chennai bowlers Deepak Chahar and batsman Rudraj have been ruled out. In addition, the BCCI has confirmed that 11 CSK executives have been infected with the corona. While the BCCI has not confirmed the CSK management’s message in the past several reports, it has now finally agreed that the news is true. It looks like this announcement will make a major difference in the series, which is set to launch on September 19th.

The BCCI, which is intensifying precautionary measures, has been conducting corona inspections of IPL staff, BCCI staff, and BCCI executive staff, auxiliaries, from 20 to 28 May 1988, of which 13 have so far been confirmed. It has also been revealed that the IPL medical team is monitoring the CSK players affected by the corona to find out who they were in close contact with and isolate them.