The Women’s World Cup Qualifier match between West Indies and Sri Lanka in Harare has been canceled

The Women’s World Cup Qualifier match between West Indies and Sri Lanka in Harare has been canceled over  Covid-19 fears in the region. It is also understood that the tournament itself could also be postponed – though the other two games on the day, Thailand vs USA and Pakistan vs Zimbabwe, went ahead on schedule – but that a decision is yet to be taken.

unofficial report says that the West Indies women’s team has refused to play in the match Because the  Sri Lanka women’s team already had six players of the infected with the Covid-19 virus Also, during the pre-match rapid antigen test, it was confirmed that an officer of the Sri Lanka women’s team tested positive for Covid-19.

The virus is currently spreading in large numbers in Africa with that comes a terrible new genre named Omicron, has been called “of concern” by the World Health Organization. It was first detected in South Africa earlier this week.

Due to this, the remaining matches of the 2021 ICC Women’s World Cup Qualifier will be held in the UAE, according to unofficial sources.

 

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