Coronavirus: Ganguly’s big announcement, said – if needed, will give Eden Garden for quarantine

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), Saurabh Ganguly, has said that if required, he can give the West Bengal government to use the Eden Garden Quarantine. So far, more than 500 cases of corona virus have been reported across the country and 10 people have died.

In fact, due to Corona's growing influence, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday announced a 21-day lockdown across the country. Former Indian cricket captain Ganguly said, "If the government tells us, we will definitely give the Eden Garden to use. We will do whatever can be made from us in this hour, we have no problem with this. Earlier, Puducherry Cricket Association also proposed to give Tutipet Campus to keep the corona virus patients in quarantine.

Significantly, Corona started from China but gradually has engulfed 195 countries of the world. More than 3,50,000 people worldwide have been infected with corona. The world had never seen such a disease before. Seeing the same corona virus threat, Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi while addressing the nation on Tuesday night has announced a lockdown for 21 days i.e. three weeks across the country.

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