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6 Players of Sri Lanka Women Team Found Corona Infected

Sri Lanka Cricket Board has given big information related to Sri Lanka women’s cricket team. Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) said on Sunday that six Sri Lankan women cricketers, who took part in the World Cup qualifiers in Zimbabwe, have tested positive for the Kovid-19. However, the International Cricket Council (ICC) has called off this tournament for the time being. Because travel restrictions have impose in many countries.

Comprehensive travel restrictions imposed due to coronavirus

The ICC called off the qualifiers in Zimbabwe on Saturday after a new variant of the coronavirus discovere in South Africa. Because extensive travel restrictions have imposed. However, it not known yet. That Sri Lankan women players have found positive in the test of the new Omicron version of Corna. The decision taken by the ICC after Saturday’s match between West Indies and Sri Lanka. That this qualifier tournament put on hold because a member of the support staff of the Sri Lankan team found positive in the Covid 19 test.

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Sri Lanka women’s team 6 players corona infected

According to the report of Cricinfo, the Sri Lanka Cricket Board has said in its statement, “Steps will be taken to bring back the Sri Lankan women’s team from Zimbabwe.” The discovery of the Omicron variant in South Africa has prompted some countries to tighten border controls and ban travel from several southern African countries, including Zimbabwe.

Players of foreign teams trying to return home

After the cancellation of the qualifiers, the ICC said that Bangladesh, Pakistan, and West Indies based on their rankings would advance to next year’s World Cup in New Zealand. All three teams will join by New Zealand, Australia, India, England, and South Africa. All games have stoppe in South Africa on Friday itself. In such a situation, players of foreign teams are trying to return home.

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