As India battles coronavirus in lockdown mode, BCCI offers ‘friendly’ guide
By: Sports Desk |

Updated: March 26, 2020 12:12:53 pm


All cricketing actions throughout the nation are both suspended or cancelled. (Source: BCCI)

As India went into the second day of the 21-day lockdown to gradual the unfold of the Covid-19 virus, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) took to Twitter Thursday to supply some recommendations on staying secure.

From sustaining distance whereas open air to making sure one all the time has a clear and secure pair of arms, the official Twitter deal with of the Indian cricketing physique had a number of ideas.

Jammu and Kashmir reported its first Covid-19 demise on Thursday, taking the demise toll in India to 13. The variety of optimistic circumstances soared to 649.

Here are the guidelines supplied by BCCI —

“Stay indoors. DO NOT venture out.”

“If you HAVE to get out, maintain distance.”

“Ensure you have a clean and safe pair of hands.”

“Help with household chores.”

“Pass on important information to everyone.”

“Emerge victorious together.”

Globally, the demise toll has reached 21,287 with Italy reporting the very best variety of casualties at 7,503 adopted by Spain (3,647), which crossed China’s toll (3,163) on Wednesday. The whole variety of confirmed circumstances internationally has reached 471,407 in the present day.

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