Australia’s deputy chief medical officer has revealed that the number of cases affected by the Coronavirus is being reduced which can allow sports ministry to allow the spectators in a limited amount in the stadiums following the social distance to avoid ebb and flow.
Australia revealed the lockdown in March which is most likely to end as Australia is successfully being free from the Coronavirus. At present, there are only 500 active cases in the country. Earlier, the country reported 7200 positive cases and 102 deaths.
The Cricket season has already been resumed but no spectators are allowed yet. Soon, the cricketing world will have spectators on the grounds.
Australia to open stadiums after COVID-19 cases have slowed down, no massive crowds
“We’re going to try and get back to as much normality as we can, and I would join many people in wanting to go and watch a football match. But we need to do this in a staged fashion,” Kelly said as reported by India Today.
Moreover, Australia have got the right to hold the ICC T20 World Cup 2020. The rumors were assumed that the tournament can be shifted to another country as the country had locked down the flights amidst the Coronavirys outbreak.
Opined, if the number of cases is continuously reducing, there will be no authentic reason not to hold T20 World Cup and the tournament can go with safety guidelines following social distancing along with the spectators in a limited amount and small crowds.
However, Australia’s national cabinet will be meeting on Friday to make decisions regarding the sports scenarios and the crowds and easing social restrictions as they are thinking of ending the lockdown completely.
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