IPL 2021: Chennai team bowling coach Laxmipathy Balaji, CEO Vishwanathan, and service staff member Corona infected


CSK Team: The Coronavirus pandemic that is wreaking havoc across the country has now become a crisis for the IPL. In fact, Chennai Super Kings CEO Kashi Vishwanathan, bowling coach L Balaji and a member of the team’s service staff have been found Corona Positive, though it is yet to be discovered whether they are carrying the virus inside the bio-bubble How did L Balaji test Corona Positive.

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According to the information, L Balaji, CEO Kashi Vishwanathan and members of the service staff were found to be Corona Positive in the test conducted on Monday, although other members of the team were found to be negative. Earlier, two Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) players Varun Chakraborty and Sandeep Warrier were found to be Corona positive on Sunday, due to which the match between KKR and Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) in Ahmedabad has been postponed today.

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As per the IPL’s Standard Operating Procedure (SOP), Balaji and the service staff members will have to remain in isolation from the team’s bio-bubble for 10 days and only to rejoin the team’s bio-bubble once they come back negative. Will be approved.

Coincidentally, Balaji was present in the dugout in the team’s recent match against Mumbai Indians here on Saturday. It remains to be seen whether their next fixture, like KKR and RCB, will be postponed. As of now, CSK will play against Rajasthan Royals here on Wednesday.

Some groundsmen have been found positive at Delhi’s Kotla Stadium, but Delhi and District Cricket Association chief Rohan Jaitley says none of the groundsmen on duty are involved.

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