The Over-50s Cricket World Cup being organized in and around Cape Town has been cancelled with quick impact in light of the covid 19 infection. The sorting out board took the choice over the span of the third round of matches which were then deserted after the main innings.
“It is a general wellbeing hazard choice,” said the leader of the competition’s clinical board of trustees, Dr Parag Pandya. “The choice was taken for the insurance of the players, given their age segment, yet in addition for the nearby populace given that 95% of known cases in South African have originated from voyagers.”
Seven of the 11 visiting groups have been remaining in a similar Cape Town inn where proper precautionary measures have been taken and they will stay there until courses of action can be made for their repatriation.
“The choice was taken by the arranging and clinical advisory groups however it is completely embraced by the supporters,” said Evergreen Lifestyle representative Arthur Case. “There was an extraordinary want to proceed however, at last, it became evident that wiping out was the best activity.”