Eden Gardens is prepared to open its indoor office and the player’s quarters toward the West Bengal government to make a brief clinical office to battle the COVID-19 pandemic, BCCI boss Sourav Ganguly said on Tuesday.
Prior, an indoor arena in Howrah was changed over into a 150-bed isolate focus to encourage the rising number of patients, under the activity of the District Administration and Howrah Municipality.
Prior today, tending to the country for the second time in under seven days, Prime Minister Narendra Modi required an across the nation 21-day lockdown beginning 12 PM to contain the novel coronavirus.
Ganguly invited the administration’s choice of complete lockdown and trusted that it will help in leveling the bend of the COVID-19 cases.
“I think this is the best choice at the present minute. Certain things are outside anyone’s ability to control. Whatever mandates that the administration and service of wellbeing give us, we need to follow. That is the situation everywhere throughout the world,” the 47-year-old was cited saying by PTI.
“In the event that the administration asks us, we will unquestionably hand over the office. Anything that is need of great importance, we will do it. There is definitely no issue,” Ganguly was cited as saying by PTI.
The world’s most extravagant cricket board, the BCCI is yet to promise any gifts or a store. At the point when gotten some information about this, Ganguly said he will have words with BCCI Secretary Jay Shah before making a call.