Team India captain Virat Kohli got his first dose of Corona vaccine. He has also appealed to the people to get the corona vaccine without delay. Corona vaccine is safe and effective. Virat Kohli became the fourth Indian cricketer to have taken the first dose of the vaccine.
Fourth Indian cricketer to get vaccinated
Before Virat Kohli, Indian team opener Shikhar Dhawan, Test team vice-captain Anjikya Rahane and fast bowler Ishant Sharma have also got Kovid vaccinated. The head coach of the Indian team, Ravi Shastri, has also got the Corona vaccine installed. A few days ago, BCCI President Sourav Ganguly was asked the question whether the board will arrange vaccination for Indian players. Sourav Ganguly had said that no separate arrangement is needed. All the players are in their respective homes due to IPL cancellation. Can get vaccinated.
Anjikya Rahane appeals for vaccine
Anjikya Rahane has just taken the first dose of Corona vaccine just two days ago. He said that there is no need for any kind of confusion or confusion about the vaccine. It is safe. I appeal to the countrymen to come forward and be a part of the vaccination program. Ishant Sharma also got vaccinated in Delhi with his wife and international basketball player Pratima. Ishant Sharma said that I am grateful to everyone involved in this work. People should come forward for vaccination. Shikhar Dhawan also gave the information about vaccination on Twitter.
ICC Test Championship to be held in New Zealand
The BCCI and IPL Governing Council decided to postpone the tournament’s 14th season indefinitely after the Corona cases surfaced in the IPL franchises Kolkata Knight Riders, Sunrisers Hyderabad and Chennai Super Kings. The Indian team will now go to New Zealand. The final of the ICC World Test Championship will be played from 18 to 22 June. After this, the Indian team will go to England to play a series of five Test matches.