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RCB’s homeground Chinnaswamy Stadium to be converted into COVID-19 care centre

July 10, 2020

Written By,

Payel Gosh

The entire world has been wrestling with COVID-19 flare-up for as long as not many months. The pandemic has unleashed destruction the whole way across the globe, coming about in more than 5 lakh passings around the world.

India is near contacting 8 lakh COVID-19 cases as the number is expanding as time passes. Thinking about the harsh circumstance the nation over, numerous spots have been changed over into a COVID-19 consideration community.

The ongoing upsurge in coronavirus positive cases has prompted the administration to find a way to handle the circumstance. The Chief Minister’s Office (CMO) expressed on Thursday that in addition to Chinnaswamy stadium; Bengaluru Palace will be changed into Covid-19 place suitable.

Sources have gained information from the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. And those information states that Karnataka has 28,877 COVID-19 cases at present.

Amidst the rising number of coronavirus cases in the express, the Bangalore International Exhibition Center was in like manner starting late changed over into a COVID-19 thought office by the state government.

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The notorious Chinnaswamy arena, spread across 18 sections of land, has an ability to oblige about 40,000 onlookers. The arena, which is 48-year-old, the fans know is the home ground to the RCB in the IPL. The team led by Virat Kohli were going to carry out their practice in the Chinnaswamy arena in the IPL of the 13th season. In any case, the class was inconclusively deferred in the wake of the pandemic.

In 1972-73, Chinnaswamy was first used to play international cricket. It facilitated its first worldwide Test arrangement among India and West Indies in 1974. The arena is supposed to be the first in quite a while to have begun utilizing sun oriented vitality; to create power as a component of the ‘Practice environmental awareness’ activity.

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Written By,

Payel Gosh