The Cricket Association of Bengal workplace in Eden Gardens was closed down for a weekend.
Chandan Das that worked with a philosophical foundation from the civil engineering division, returned favorable for COVID-19 evaluation and is presently undergoing therapy in Charnock Hospital.
“Mr. Chandan Das, that worked at the civil engineering division through not only on a permanent foundation has tested positive now using COVID 19. He’s currently acknowledged at Charnock Hospital,” that the CAB stated in a media release.
The release also said that Das hadn’t come into the workplace for a week but that the CAB officials chose to close their office for seven days to the help of distinguished physicians in their healthcare committee. All those workers who have been operating in the CAB office were requested to refrain from going to the office in this age.
“Although he hadn’t come to CAB for weekly, on the recommendations of the distinguished doctors in the Medical Committee, we’ve asked to refrain from seeing the CAB Office to its subsequent seven days, and in this age, extensive cleaning will occur keeping all security protocols at heart,” explained Avishek Dalmiya, the CAB president.
“Incidentally CAB hasn’t opened officially and was operating sporadically using a skeleton staff basically to meet specific statutory compliances and also for draining dues to several stakeholders,” he further added.