May 3 is proving to be a bad day for the 14th season of the Indian Premier League ie IPL, as news came a few hours before the match between Kolkata Knight Riders and Royal Challengers Bangalore starting at 7 pm. K2 players are infected with the Coronavirus and had to cancel the fight. At the same time, after a few minutes, another news related to Corona came out in IPL.
Three members of the Chennai Super Kings who came to play the match in Delhi have been found positive in the Coronavirus test. No CSK player is corona positive, but an employee other than the team management and coaching staff is infected with the coronavirus. The entire hotel in which the Chennai team is staying is being sanitized. Simultaneously, RT-PCR tests of the players are being done. Apart from this, the team's practice session has also been canceled.
Significantly, at the beginning of IPL 2021, there were some cases of coronavirus, but now coronavirus is getting wrecked. Kolkata Knight Riders are currently in Ahmedabad, while the Chennai team is staying in Delhi. Coronavirus has also entered the bio-bubble prepared for IPL. Due to the case of the Coronavirus in the middle tournament, the tournament is also under threat, because now players will start feeling scared. The BCCI has said in the KKR vs RCB match that the match is postponed for the time being, as KKR's Varun Chakraborty and Sandeep Warrier are infected with the coronavirus. He is being monitored by the medical team. However, the BCCI has not given any information as to when the match will be played.