In today's time, disease or any disaster becomes a crisis in both human lives. One of which is the coronavirus, this is such a disease, which has not been able to break any. The effect of which is now happening on the sports world as well.
The Merrillbone Cricket Club (MCC), the custodian of the rules of cricket, has decided to provide available space for parking and storage at the Lord's Cricket Ground to the staff of the National Health Service (NHS) fighting the COVID-19 epidemic. The coronavirus epidemic has so far infected more than eight lakh people worldwide while more than 41,000 people have died.
In the UK, around 23,000 people, including Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Prince Charles, are in the grip of this, while more than 1400 have died. The MCC said in the release, "Many hospitals are close to the lords, seeing that the club wants to help the medical staff so that they can concentrate on the fight against this virus." The club has given 75 car parking space to NHF staff. In addition, the club is also providing food to the city's charity organization.