Covid-19 has impacted lives of billions around the globe, and sport has been affected by it too. With IPL 2021 across the nook, the organisers face an enormous problem to maintain the match Covid free. But SRH skipper David Warner appears to be doing his bit right here. Sharing an image on social media, Warner requested “how’s the new look?”.
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In the image he’s seen carrying a floppy hat, a pair of sun shades and a masks as nicely.
Meanwhile, rhe Maharashtra authorities on Monday cleared the decks for the IPL to happen within the COVID-ravaged Mumbai, permitting groups to apply after 8pm and journey to their respective resorts throughout the evening curfew that has been imposed to include the pandemic. Due to the large surge of COVID-19 circumstances in Mumbai and Maharashtra, the state authorities on Sunday introduced “Break the Chain”, beneath which part 144 and night-curfew from 8pm to 7am on weekdays has been imposed on total Maharashtra, together with Mumbai. The pointers are to be applied from this night. However, the state authorities has allowed the IPL groups to apply past 8pm, supplied there may be “strict adherence to bio-bubble”. The occasion begins in Chennai on April 9.
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”Considering the match-timings, groups training on the CCI and MCA are scheduled to apply in 2 classes — from 4pm to six.30pm and seven.30pm to 10pm,” wrote Srirang Gholap, Under Secretary of the Disaster Management, Relief and Rehabilitation division, in a letter issued to the BCCI. Mumbai is scheduled to host 10 matches of the IPL on the Wankhede Stadium and 9 of them are scheduled to begin at 7.30pm. The first sport on the Wankhede is due on April 10 between Chennai Super Kings and Delhi Capitals.
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