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IPL 2021: 2 ground-staff members among 3 more COVID-19 positive cases at Wankhede

IPL 2021: 2 ground-staff members amongst 3 extra COVID-19 optimistic instances at Wankhede | Cricket Information

Two extra members of the ground-staff and a plumber on the Wankhede Stadium have examined optimistic for COVID-19, a day after the ability was cleared to host its share of 10 Indian Premier League (IPL) matches. The stadium is because of host its first IPL recreation of the season on April 10, following the lung-opener in Chennai between defending champions Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers Bangalore on April 9.
“Three on the stadium have examined optimistic, two are groundsmen,” a Mumbai Cricket Affiliation supply knowledgeable information company PTI.
Earlier final Saturday, 10 ground-staff members of the stadium had examined optimistic, however most of them have since recovered. On Monday, the Maharashtra authorities cleared the decks for the occasion in Mumbai regardless of the weekend lockdown provisions and evening curfew within the metropolis.
The federal government allowed groups to apply and journey from their respective lodges to the stadium after 8pm, when the evening curfew can be on to curb the pandemic. On Tuesday, Maharashtra reported over 47,000 COVID-19 instances of which Mumbai accounted for greater than 9,000.
Earlier, the Maharashtra authorities on Monday (April 5) cleared the decks for the Indian Premier League (IPL) to happen within the COVID-19-ravaged Mumbai, permitting groups to apply after 8pm and journey to their respective lodges in the course of the evening curfew that has been imposed to comprise the pandemic. As a result of large surge of COVID-19 instances in Mumbai and Maharashtra, the state authorities on Sunday (April 4) introduced ‘Break the Chain’, below which part 144 and night-curfew from 8pm to 7am on weekdays has been imposed on whole Maharashtra, together with Mumbai.
The rules are to be applied from Monday night. Nevertheless, the state authorities has allowed the IPL groups to apply past 8pm, offered there may be ‘strict adherence to bio-bubble’. The IPL 2021 begins in Chennai on April 9.