Bangladesh Cricket Board office closed, advice on working at home
Coronavirus infected patients have also been diagnosed in Bangladesh. Four people have already died. All types of cricket have been suspended. Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) President Nazmul Hassan Papon has said there is no possibility of starting cricket before April 15.
The World XI and Asia XI two-match Twenty20 series was supposed to be held this month on the occasion the birth anniversary of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. But it has been postponed. BCB has been forced to postpone the concert of famous musician AR Rahman of the subcontinent. At the same time, the BCB has stopped all cricketing activities, including domestic leagues.
Bangladesh Cricket Board office shut down:
Nazmul Hassan Papon was asked about this. One direction was given to the cricketers on how to be alert in the event of a crisis. BCB President Nazmul Hassan Papon messaged the cricketers: “Everyone has to be careful. If you can’t do it, you should not go out. As little as possible to come in contact with someone else, they should try. I’m not saying you have to lockdown at all, but it would have been nice if you could. The cricketers have to be careful now.”
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He added, “The situation was changing every day. Now I will say one now, then another after some times, it does not like this. Players and those on board have been told not to leave the house without an emergency.”
It was reported that the BCB office was closed today (Saturday) at noon. Bangladesh Cricket Board Office has been closed to deal with coronavirus situation. From tomorrow (Sunday), the board has been directed to sit at home and complete their work. However, the Board has said that a decision will be taken on those matters which cannot be done without the office environment.
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