Ind vs. SA series The three-match ODI series between India and South Africa will begin on Thursday. The team has reached India for this series and will reach Dharamshala to play the first match.
Given the threat of the Coronavirus, the South African team would like to avoid joining hands with the players of the Indian team on this tour.
The number of people getting sick from Coronavirus is increasing worldwide. Seeing its danger, the England team has decided not to join hands with the players on the tour of Sri Lanka.
Ind vs. SA series: Due to coronavirus teams would likely to have restrictions on fan interactions
Now the South African team that has visited India can also be seen taking this initiative forward. On Monday, the Proteas team reached India to play a three-match ODI series.
New South African coach Mark Boucher has indicated that he would like to avoid joining hands with Indian players on this tour.
The number of positive cases of Coronavirus in India reached over 40 on Monday. Coach Boucher, who arrived to play the series, spoke to the media before the match and said that health should be given priority over the series.
"If we talk about shaking hands and things like this, then we will try to stay away from all of these as far as possible. I think this is one way that the players of our team can get caught by the virus. : Can keep away to some extent. "
Further, Boucher said, "I think it's our honor to protect the rest of the players on the field, and the idea is not to let that play into something that might be in us. See us with our security staff and if this health-related thing happens, then we will leave everything to them.
This team will come to us with its recommendation, which we will implement. If it is so dangerous, then we should exit, which is no different. "