The cricketing and other sports scenarios have been badly interrupted by the Coronavirus pandemic. The rising number of cases deprived the fans to go to stadiums to enjoy the matches. Cricket and other sports in Australia got equally interrupted and as a consequence, country is suffering economically.
However, the chief of medicine in Australia has revealed that the active number of Coronavirus cases in Australia is only 500 at present. The country already has faced 120 deaths and 7200 have been reported dead, however, the recent week luckily got no death reports.
Australia to allow small crowds in stadiums as the Coronavirus cases slow down
The improving situation there has already triggered the sports but there is no statement over allowing the spectators in the stadiums that soon can be revealed as it is now been considered.
Australia went under lockdown in March and as the government has eased social restrictions, lockdown is to get over soon in the country.
“We’re going to try and get back to as much normality as we can, and I would join many people in wanting to go and watch a football match. But we need to do this in a staged fashion,” Kelly said as reported by India Today.
Moreover, the Australian national cabinet has organized a meeting on Friday where the sports-related scenarios will be taken into consideration. The commendation of the cricketing activities and other sports holding a small number of crowds on the grounds is on agenda to be discussed following the social distance guidelines as the situation seems to be improving in the country.
If there will be no cases in the future, the country can hold T20 World Cup 2020 with a full swing so soon.