On the Indian team's tour of England, the shadow of corona has started hovering. Even before the Indian team (Team India) reached England, Ravichandran Ashwin was found to be corona infected. After that, there are reports now that former Captain of the Indian team Virat Kohli was also in the grip of Corona, but now he is fit.
In the same few reports, it has been claimed that when Virat Kohli came from the Maldives for a holiday, after that he was found to be corona infected. However, by the time the Indian team left for England, Virat Kohli had become fit. In this way, he came to England with the team. However, no official statement has been issued on these reports. But now bcci treasurer Arun Dhumal has reacted to it. On the talk of Virat Kohli being infected with Corona, Arun Dhumal said that it is not in my knowledge, he is fully fit and right.
Recently, it was also reported that a warning has been given to the Indian team by the BCCI. Photos of many players of the Indian team were going viral on social media, in which they were getting photos clicked with fans. Arun Dhumal has clarified that no warning has been given from his side. Because there is no bio-bubble in England, players can do anything by following corona rules. There is no problem in our team's camp regarding Corona, everyone is fit and ready to play the match.