The Board of Control for Cricket in India is spending 10 crore rupees for the Corona test

Everyone is waiting for the start of IPL in Emirates. The teams have already reached there and started practicing. Despite reaching first, Mahendra Singh Dhoni's Chennai Super Kings are in danger.

13 people including two cricketers of the team are infected with corona. It is known that the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is spending Rs 10 crore for the corona test of cricketers and support staff.

All franchise members to support staff, officials and cricketers are being tested multiple times for Covid. In all, 20,000 Covid tests have been conducted.

And BCCI has to spend 10 crore rupees for this covid test. An agreement has been made with an Emirati company for this covid test.

Each test costs AED 200 excluding tax. 75 staff are engaged to continue this matter during the tournament.

Relief has returned to the Chennai Super Kings camp. According to a PTI report, 13 people infected with Corona who tested negative for Covid earlier this week, tested negative again in the latest test.

Chennai Super Kings CEO Kashi Viswanathan told news agency PTI from Dubai, 'According to the rules, Deepak and Ruturaj will be allowed to join practice after receiving 2 negative reports after 14 days of quarantine.

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