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Ravi Shastri has been blamed by many for the spread of Covid-19 in the Indian camp
Ravi Shastri has been blamed by many for the spread of Covid-19 in the Indian camp  |  Photo Credit: AP

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  • Ravi Shastri was the first one from the Indian camp to test positive for Covid-19 on the tour of England
  • A few days before his test, Shastri had attended his book launch event in London
  • Shastri has been criticised by many over his positive RT-PCR test

sports333 bet,India coach Ravi Shastri has become the cynosure of criticism ever since the Manchester Test was cancelled in the wake of as many as 4 people among India's support staff testing positive for Covid-19. Many have branded Shastri the 'patient-X' for this Covid-outbreak in the Indian camp. Former Pakistan cricketer, Salman Butt, however, isn't in agreement with the sentiment against India's head coach.

Just days before his RT-PCR test turned out to be positive, Shastri had attended his book launch event in London where no Covid-19 protocols were followed. The event has been labelled as the possible source behind the spread of the virus in the Indian camp. ,football scores high school texas

However, Butt feels Shastri shouldn't be questioned as the authorities didn't prevent him from going out of the 'high-protection zone'.,bet365 soccer live in play

“Both the teams were existing inside a high-protection zone. As far as the rest of England is concerned, we saw that nobody was wearing a mask in the crowd. Everyone was seated next to each other without any social distancing. Everything is open there and, on that front, he (Shastri) is right.” Shastri himself recently commented in his defense that the entire UK was open, and “anything could have happened” from the very first Test.,my lottery winning numbers

my lottery winning numbers,The Test series wasn't being played under a strict bio-bubble, while all Covid-19 restrictions were lifted all across England. Even the security arrangements at the venues were strict enough, with Daniel Jarvis (or Jarvi 69) intervening play on three different occasions during the series.

Citing the example of Jarvo, Butt said that not a single person raised question when Jarvo barged into the matches and even bumped into England batsman Jonny Bairstow. According to the former Pakistani cricketer, England themselves are to be blamed for not keeping stern protocols in place.,online india casino

best gambling apps for real money,“Even when Jarvo intruded onto the pitch and collided with [Jonny] Bairstow who batting at the time, apart from him being apprehended, nothing else was said or done. So, it didn’t look like a strict bio-bubble at all. If such a thing happened in an Asian country, England would have caused problems and other countries would have talked about it too. Because it happened in England, then it’s not a problem.

fun golf tournament ideas,“If Ravi Shastri did step out, where were the concerned authorities? Why wasn’t he told that he can’t break the bubble? There are people who are present to assure and maintain the bubble and they stop people from going out. They stop people from going too close to each other and make sure there is enough distance. Nothing of this sort was there,” added Butt.

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