BCCI President said – Our medical team will be in touch with hospitals, their measures will be implemented.
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Dainik BhaskarMar 06, 2020, 03:45 PM IST Sports Desk. BCCI President Sourav Ganguly on Friday claimed that despite Coronavirus, the IPL would be held as per schedule. He told the news agency that cricket is being played in every country. The England team is in Sri Lanka, while South Africa is coming to India a few days later. English county teams are also going to play in different countries. There is no problem about IPL. The tournament starts in Mumbai from 29 March. The first match will be between Mumbai and Chennai.
Ganguly was asked how ready the board is to deal with coronaviruses, so he said that all measures are being taken to ensure that players, match officials and fans are not affected by it. The medical team is working on it. Any suggestions she gives us will be implemented. We will take all kinds of precautions. Our medical teams are currently in touch with the respective hospitals. So that all the essentials are available.
World Cup qualifier tournament to be held in Malaysia
Meanwhile, the International Cricket Council (ICC) has postponed the World Cup 2023 Challenge League-A (qualifier tournament) due to coronavirus. This league will be held from 16 to 26 March.