Sydney: The figures of new cases and deaths of Coronavirus in India continue to fluctuate. The number of infected has increased once again across the country and in the last 24 hours 1.33 lakh new cases have been registered, while 3205 people have died. To improve India’s situation, many players have come forward to help.
Now Australia’s top cricketers, including star fast bowler Pat Cummins, will participate in a 12-hour gaming live stream, through which UNICEF can raise money to help India battling the Corona crisis.
Australian cricketers won hearts
Cummins, spinner Nathan Lyon, all-rounder and fast bowlers Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood will participate in this campaign being initiated by fast bowler Josh Lalor. They will collect a million dollars by talking about cricket as well as showcasing their gaming prowess.
The campaign will start at 1:30 pm in which Moises Henriques, women’s cricketer Alyssa Healy and South Africa’s Reilly Rossou will also participate.
Josh Lalor started the initiative
Lalor told cricket.com.au, “As Australian cricketers, we have a unique relationship with Indians. Are crazy about Indian cricket and welcome every cricketer wholeheartedly. It would be great if we can raise money for India.
Cricket Australia’s new CEO Nick Hawkley and Australian Cricketers Association CEO Todd Greenberg will also participate. Let us tell you that Australia Cricket has so far collected $2,80,000 on India’s Corona crisis appeal.
133228 new cases came to the fore in 24 hours across the country
According to the Worldometer, in the last 24 hours, 1 lakh 33 thousand 228 people have been infected with Coronavirus in India, while 3205 people died during this period. After this, the total number of corona infected in India has gone up to 2 crore 83 lakh 6 thousand 883, while 3 lakh 35 thousand 114 people have lost their lives.