BCCI To Let Players Decide on COVID-19 Vaccination
IPL 2021: BCCI to let players decide on COVID-19 vaccination: hi INDiA With the Indian government opening up the process of COVID-19 vaccination for every citizen above the age of 18 from May 1, all eyes are now on the… https://t.co/tkTdTAC3OT | https://t.co/Vhb7EKELqw pic.twitter.com/EmqmtX6pqi
— hi INDiA – News 24/7 (@hiindia) April 27, 2021
While the surge of Covid-19 still on spike in India. The Indian government introduce the opening of registration of vaccination starting May 01, 2021. The Board of Control for Cricket in India has let the decision of vaccination to the players.
— Shobhit Mittal (@Shobhit10Mittal) April 27, 2021
Foreigners not qualified for Vaccine
The Indian Premier League players will get schedule from Saturday that is the scheduled call time for al the players, on the other hand only the Indian players will get vaccinated here in India, the foreign that are currently playing IPL will not be accepted.
— NEWS LIVE (@NewsLiveGhy) April 27, 2021
Cummins Donates to PM-Cares
Meanwhile, pacer Pat Cummins from Kolkata Knight Riders, has voluntarily donated to the PM-Cares fund to purchases oxygen tanks and supplies for India’s Hospital.
Pat Cummins has donated $50,000 to purchase oxygen supplies for hospitals in India. He’s using his platform to encourage others to do the same 👏❤️ pic.twitter.com/H2HxVcqeZq
— Australian Cricketers’ Association (@ACA_Players) April 27, 2021
On the other hand Pat Cummins also urged some of fellow Indian Premier League players to donate in their kind to help to ease the shortage of oxygen in India. To help the nation survive global pandemic Covid-19 crisis.
Pat Cummins has donated $50,000 to PM Cares Fund to purchase oxygen supplies for hospitals in India.
Huge Respect 🥺🙏
— Abhijith abhi (@_abjth_abhi_) April 26, 2021