In the war against Kovid-19, Cricket Australia backed India and paid Rs 28.60 lakh

Cricket Australia (CA) on Monday promised 50 thousand Australian dollars (28.60 lakh rupees) in support of the fight against the second wave of the devastating Kovid-19 in India. Moreover, Cricket Australia will raise more money with its players’ association and UNICEF so that India can help. Over the past few weeks, more than 300,000 new cases of infection have been reported daily in India and over four lakh cases have been reported during this period.

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According to official statistics, the daily death toll is more than three thousand. “Australia Cricket Kovid-19 will support India’s appeal in the crisis and raise the necessary funds through the collaboration of Cricket Australia, the Australian Cricketers’ Association and UNICEF Australia,” the CA said in a statement. According to the statement, “Australian cricket is saddened by the devastation caused by the second wave of corona virus in India, a country with strong friendships and ties in Australia.”

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“Cricket Australia makes an initial donation of USD 50,000 and encourages Australians to contribute wholeheartedly to the crucial time of India’s fight against Kovid-19,” the statement said. UNICEF Australia in India to provide oxygen plants in hospitals for treatment of critically ill patients during the Kovid-19 crisis, through test kits and Kovacs initiative in significantly affected districts. “Many Australian cricketers are currently participating in the Indian Premier League.