South Australia has closed its borders after a sudden surge in COVID-19 constructive circumstances, which stand at an total 551 proper now
The six-day lockdown in South Australia to include COVID-19 circumstances has improved Adelaide’s probabilities of remaining the venue of the primary Day/Night Test between India and Australia from December 17 despite the fact that the scenario stays fluid, the state’s high medical officer has mentioned.
South Australia has closed its borders after a sudden surge in COVID-19 constructive circumstances, which stand at an total 551 proper now, and cricketers, together with Test skipper Tim Paine, have been airlifted to New South Wales.
South Australia’s chief public well being officer Nicola Spurrier, throughout a press convention, admitted that there are not any ensures.
“I can’t tell you exactly…I don’t have a crystal ball,” Ms Spurrier instructed reporters throughout a media convention.
“But what we are doing now is putting us in the best position possible to be able to have that cricket match,” she mentioned with a observe of positivity.
A lockdown will assist get again to regular life together with having a cricket match of nice significance.
“The reason we are doing what we are doing, which is pretty drastic…is because we want to get back to the state of having just a few restrictions and to be able to do things like have the cricket.”
Before the Tests, India and Australia can be locking horns in a limited-overs collection, beginning November 27 and comprising three ODIs and as many T20 Internationals.