The International Cricket Council (ICC) has made a policy for most of its employees to work from home due to the increased infection of the corona virus. Apart from Chairman Shashank Manohar and Chief Executive Officer Manu Sawhney, along with top ICC officials are preparing to hold a video conference on the cricket calendar which is affected due to the virus infection.
This global entity, however, has not fixed any time for this plan. An ICC spokesperson said, “Like the rest of the world, the ICC is following the guidelines of the authorities and now most of our employees are working from home.”
He said, 'Our priority is to protect health without affecting the work of employees. Our team has the ability to work from home, allowing us to function fully while keeping our employees, their families and wider communities safe. '
The disease spread from Wuhan in China has killed 14,000 people worldwide. The men's T20 World Cup is scheduled to be played in Australia in October-November, but the government there is engaged in dealing with the corona virus infection, which has raised doubts about its event.