So many lives are at stake and have never felt so helpless in Life: Suresh Raina on COVID-19 crisis in India

The COVID-19 pandemic even has die Bio-bubble hurt in place for die Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 players. Up to 9 people, in The IPL bio-bubble has tested positive so far. The list also includes four players. After this players and support Employee in various Franchises began to test positive for the deadly Virus, the board of control for cricket in India (BCCI) took the ultimate decision of Postponement of tournament for an indefinite period of time.

Next to the record number of positive cases are coming up on The land is daily also facing an acute deficiency of Oxygen and other medical resources.

Former Indian cricketer Suresh Raina – who Is part of of the Chennai Super Kings franchise – shared an emotional message on his twitter handle as the country continues fight against Coronavirus. The left-handed batsman pointed out that the country is running out of Resources and also saluted die people for stand by one another to save lives.

“This is no longer a joke! So many lives are at stake and I’ve never felt so helpless in Life. No matter how much we want to helpbut we are literally running out of Resources. Every single person of This country deserves a right of greeting for stand by one another to save lives! #WeCandoit, “die 34-year-old wrote on May 4th


Chennai Super Kings are one of die To have been a franchise hit of COVID-19. CSK batting coach Michael Hussey on Tested positive Tuesday (May 4th) for COVID-19, one day after the IPL team’s bowling coach L Balaji returned positively for the dreaded virus. This has been confirmed by IPL sources hours after the 14th edition of the lucrative T20 league has been suspended indefinitely.

On Monday CSK bowling coach Balaji along with Kolkata Knight Riders bowlers had Sandeep Warrier and Varun Chakravarthy also positively returned results.

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