The respected Cricket Club of India (CCI) in Mumbai has resolved to contribute ₹51 lakh to Maharashtra Chief Minister’s Relief Fund for coronavirus outbreak relief efforts. Cricket Club of India (CCI) President Premal Udani further declared that an additional ₹50 lakh will be lifted with donations from its members. So far, India has recorded over 13,835 confirmed coronavirus cases with at least 452 deaths, 1,767 cured cases, due to the COVID-19 pandemic according to the latest update announced by the Union Ministry for Health.
Cricket Club of India (CCI) President Premal Udani said that the remaining Rs 50 lakh will be used for community purposes. Even if there is no work, we at the Cricket Club of India are going to pay every staff member and every worker.
CCI President Premal Udani added that we have also a few ex-staffers and we would rather donate in that region. We also have support staff who are not on our rolls & support our enterprise, so we want to do something good for them. And also Cricket Club of India wants to work with a couple of hospitals in our region by donating face-masks or PPE suits or other essential medicines.
Cricket Club of India (CCI), which has hosted Tests & ODIs at its Brabourne Stadium, is an associate member of the Board of control for cricket (BCCI).
Maharastra is one of the worst coronavirus infected states in India with COVID-19 positive cases breaching the 3000 marks.
Union Ministry for Health and Family Welfare added on Friday evening that the Ratio between recovered coronavirus-infected patients and deaths is at 80:20.
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