After England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) suspended all skilled cricket until May 28, former Australian cricketer Jason Gillespie who was in England revealed that he’s again residence and has self-isolated.
The ECB on Friday suspended all skilled cricket amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Gillespie who can be the Sussex’s head coach posted a sequence of tweets saying that he’s in isolation for the subsequent two weeks. The proper-handed bowler additionally urged everybody to remain indoors.
“Due to current events it was decided by @SussexCCC and myself that it would be best if I was back home in Australia. Hence I am now home and in isolation for the next 2 weeks. Having just been o/s, I urge everyone to please stay at home. It is the ONLY option for all of us,” Gillespie tweeted.
Due to present occasions it was determined by @SussexCCC and myself that it might be greatest if I used to be again residence in Australia. Hence I’m now residence and in isolation for the subsequent 2 weeks.
Having simply been o/s, I urge everybody to please keep at residence. It is the ONLY choice for all of us. ☮️
— Jason Gillespie 🌱 (@dizzy259) March 22, 2020
“Our club @SussexCCC have been amazing looking after all our players and staff. We cut short our pre season trip to Cape Town and the clubs absolute priority has always been staff and players that were home and away,” he added.
With almost half of the coronavirus optimistic circumstances in New South Wales, Australia has 1,314 circumstances confirmed circumstances of the pandemic.
Earlier, the World Health Organisation declared Europe because the epicentre of the coronavirus pandemic owing to the spurt of circumstances within the area. (ANI)