Coronavirus latest news: Corona Second Wave in India: The Indian Premier League (IPL 2021) franchise Chennai Super Kings (CSK) joined the country’s fight against the Korana epidemic and arranged 450 oxygen concentrators. The team has given this to Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin. CSK CEO KC Vishwanathan said, “The people of Chennai and Tamil Nadu are the heartbeat of the Super Kings and that we want them to understand that we are all at once during this fight against the epidemic.”
Dhoni’s team CSK has now extended a hand
The team has given 450 oxygen concentrators for covid care centers. Explain that Tamil Nadu is one among the worst-case states with COVID-19 and 27,397 cases were reported on Saturday (May 8), the very best number of cases reported during a single day within the state since the onset of the epidemic. Tamil Nadu has now registered quite 13.5 lakh COVID-19 cases then far 15,412 people have died within the state thanks to this epidemic. A lockdown has also been imposed in Tamil Nadu from 10 to 24 May to stop the spread of the viral infection .
The help of CSK will help Tamil Nadu to deal with COVID-19 virus as many nations face shortage of oxygen, beds and other equipment. aside from CSK, Rajasthan Royals (RR) and Delhi Capital (DC) also came forward to fight the epidemic during IPL 2021. RR donated Rs 7.5 crore while DC donated Rs 1.5 crore to NCR-based NGO.
Many players have also come to the fore and donated consistent with their wishes. Indian captain Virat Kohli and his wife Anushka Sharma donated 2 crore rupees in their campaign ‘In the Together’. Sachin Tendulkar, Pat Cummins, Brett Lee, Nicholas Pooran and Jaydev Samay donated many other players during the IPL 2021.