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The impact of corona virus is seen on playgrounds around the world these days. In such a situation, after the players of football, basketball, now cricketers are also seen in the grip of Virat Kohli's IPL team Royal Challenger Bangalore big player and Australian fast bowler Ken Richardson has been tested for corona virus.

The impact of corona virus is seen on playgrounds around the world these days. In such a situation, after the players of football, basketball, now cricketers are also seen in the grip of Virat Kohli's IPL team Royal Challenger Bangalore big player and Australian fast bowler Ken Richardson has been tested corona virus. The report has not been revealed yet, but Cricket Australia has dropped Richardson from the team due to the safety of the rest of the team's players, they are not playing against New Zealand today.

According to reports, Ken Richardson was suffering from sore throat and sore throat after coming back from the tour of South Africa, after which he has been tested. Richardson was immediately dropped from the team for the first ODI against New Zealand on Friday. Richardson is currently under the supervision of doctors. He has been separated from the team and all others according to Australian Government rules. Once Richardson's Test report comes, then if all goes well, he can join the team again. '

Earlier it was decided that all the matches of the ODI series between Australia and New Zealand will be played at the empty stadium, all those who bought the tickets for the match will be refunded. Let us tell you that Richardson's Test has happened after he returned from the tour of South Africa. If he is found positive in the Test, then India may also face difficulties because the South African team is currently on a tour of India. In India too, major decisions have been taken in view of Coronavirus. After Dharamshala, it has been decided to hold the remaining two ODIs of India-South Africa series in the empty stadium.