“This (offering the arena), we feel is the ethical commitment on our part right now an emergency,” the HCA said.
The Hyderabad Cricket Association (HCA) has offered the Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium (RGIC) in the city for setting up an isolated focus in the wake of the COVID-19 flare-up to suit individuals who have been prompted confinement.
“This (offering the arena), we feel is the ethical commitment on our part right now emergency as there are 40 major rooms which can deal with a portion of the infection influenced patients,” the HCA said in a public statement.
“With a ton of parking spot, we feel it would be proper for our benefit to make this token signal of valuation for your (Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao) endeavors,” it said.
RGIC is the chief cricket sports ground in Hyderabad and is the home ground of the HCA. Telangana has been at the front line and setting a model for others to follow the measures to check the hazard on war-balance, the HCA said.
The affiliation praised the means taken by the Chief Minister Rao to contain the infection’s spread, the discharge said.
The HCA vowed its help to be at administration during this dismal fight against the infection which has become a worldwide risk.
A three-year-old was among the two COVID-19 positive cases announced in Telangana on Wednesday. The male kid as of late came back with his folks from Saudi Arabia. He has been admitted to a medical clinic where his condition is expressed to be steady.
A 43-year-elderly person from Hyderabad with no history of universal travel has likewise tried constructive. She was the essential contact of a positive case revealed before.
With these two cases, the number of positive cases in the state went up to 41.
Upwards of 50 people with suspected side effects were brought to various emergency hospitals on Wednesday, taking the total number to 813.