Suresh Raina talks about the birth situation of Kovid 19 in India – it is no longer funny, not so helpless in life

The whole of India is affected by the second wave of the corona epidemic in India. IPL 2021 is also untouched by the corona epidemic. Despite the biological bubble alignment, many players and members of the team’s supporting staff have become Corona positive. On Tuesday, the BCCI decided to postpone it. There is no clarity on when the rest of its matches will take place. Suresh Raina, a star Indian batsman and former Indian cricketer from Chennai Super Kings, commented on Kovid’s 19-year-old condition.

Suresh Raina tweeted on Tuesday, “It is no longer fun. Many people’s lives are in danger and life has never felt so helpless. Every person in this country deserves a standing ovation for each other.

Nasir Hussain, angry over BCCI for holding IPL – People are dying on the road and tournament is on

The KKR report on two players, Varun Chakraborty and Sandeep Warrior, was positive on Monday. The match between RCB and KKR was postponed. Following this, three Kovid 19 cases were reported from Chennai Super Kings camp. Kovid’s report on Tuesday was positive for two Delhi players – Amit Mishra and Wriddhiman – in the series. Because of this, the BCCI decided to postpone the IPL 2021. In IPL 2021, there have now been 29 matches played. Delhi Capitals topped with 12 points and CSK came in second. Suresh Raina scored a half century in the first match. After this, he couldn’t do anything special with the bat.