As per the media reports fourteen staff individuals from the Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, who were a part of the Star Sports broadcast’s crew bio-bubble, have tested positive for the Covid-19. While it is too early to say whether any of the team individuals themselves have been contaminated, it is realized that the staff individuals came into contact with other support staff from the Star Sports
Indian pay television sports Stars Sport’s CEO Sanjog Gupta stated that “If it is not too much trouble, check with the Board of Control for Cricket in India. we do not deal with the Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts bubble”. The broadcast channel is worried about their broadcasting team. On the off chance that the ground-staff and occasion supervisory group is getting Coronavirus contaminated, the equivalent can end up featuring the broadcast’s crew”.
“They need to intently blend around with both ground-staff just as the event management team. That is the explanation Stars Sport is extremely worried about the circumstance”. This comes a day after RCB reported Karnataka player Devdutt Padikkal had tested positive for Coronavirus. Prior, DC all-rounder Axar had likewise tested coronavirus positive and is as of now in isolation.
Board of Control for Cricket in India’s head Sourav Ganguly stated that “The expanding pace of Coronavirus diseases in Mumbai city isn’t of incredible worry to the BCCI. “When you are in a secure Bio-Bubble nothing occurs. Indeed, even in the United Arab Emirates last season, there were a couple of such cases ahead of the pack up to the IPL however once the competition began all was great”.
“We have the vital consent and affirmations from the Govt to lead IPL matches there in Wankhede Stadium. The city will have 10 IPL games this year, between 10th to 25th April. We are in a secure Bio-Bubble and the players and staff will be safe”.