England woman cricketer Danielle Wyatt shared a heart-warming message for India during the Covid-19 pandemic in the country. Danielle shared a tweet in which she said she feels sad to see India go through a tough situation due to Covid-19. Her tweet comes as India is suffering a major health crisis due to rising Covid-19 cases in the country.
According to data released by the Indian government, about 3-4 lakh people are getting affected by Covid-19 in India on a daily basis. The active cases of Covid-19 in the country have crossed a massive 32 lakh. This has created a major health crisis in the country with many hospitals across India facing a shortage of beds and oxygen supply for Covid-19 patients. Moreover, about 2-3 thousand people are losing lives daily due to Covid-19 in India.
Stay Safe Everyone: Danielle Wyatt
England woman cricketer Daniele Wyatt took to Twitter to share a heart-warming message for the people of India.
“So sad seeing a country I love so much go through this. Stay safe everyone. You will get through this,” Danielle Wya”So sad seeing a country I love so much go through this. Stay safe everyone. You will get through this,” Danielle Wyatt tweeted.
So sad seeing a country I love so much go through this. Stay safe everyone. You will get through this 🇮🇳 ❤️ #IncredibleIndia
— Danielle Wyatt (@Danni_Wyatt) May 4, 2021
Covid-19 also affected IPL 2021 as the BCCI suspended the tournament with immediate effect on Tuesday. BCCI took the decision in an emergency meeting on Tuesday. The decision came after two Kolkata Knight Riders players and one Delhi Capitals player was tested positive for Covid-19. Moreover, three members of CSK support staff were also tested positive for Covid-19. BCCI suspended the remaining matches of IPL 2021 taking note of the safety of players, support staff, and participants of IPL 2021. BCCI has also said that it will arrange safe travel facilities for those involved in IPL 2021.
In Kolkata Knight Riders, Varun Chakravarthy and Sandeep Warrior were affected by Covid-19. As a result, Kolkata Knight Riders’ match against Royal Challengers Bangalore was postponed on Monday. Later, Delhi Capitals spinner Amit Mishra was also reported to have tested positive for Covid-19. In Chennai Super Kings squad, their coach Laxmipathy Balaji, chief executive Kasi Viswanathan, and a bus cleaner were tested postive for Covid-19.