AIFF Postpones Play-Offs For Indian Women’s League Amid Rise In Coronavirus Cases

The All India Soccer Federation (AIFF) on Sunday introduced the postponement of the play-offs for the Indian Ladies’s League, scheduled to be held in Delhi from April 7, till additional discover because of the rise in coronavirus instances throughout the nation. “After internal discussions and communication with the clubs and State Associations, and keeping in mind the safety and security of players and officials in view of the rise in covid19 cases all over the country, the play-offs for the Indian Women’s League scheduled to be held in Delhi from April 7, 2021, has been postponed until further notice,” AIFF stated in a press release.

“We once again urge the State Associations conducting competitions to take utmost precautions relating to the health and safety of the players,” it added.

India reported 93,249 new COVID-19 instances and 513 coronavirus-related deaths within the final 24 hours, knowledgeable the Union Well being Ministry on Sunday.

With these extra instances, the entire variety of COVID-19 instances within the nation has reached 1,24,85,509. With 513 new deaths, the variety of individuals lifeless has gone as much as 1,64,623. There are 6,91,597 energetic instances within the nation as of now.

Moreover, 60,048 individuals have been discharged after restoration on Saturday, taking the nationwide restoration tally to 1,16,29,289.

As per the Indian Council of Medical Analysis (ICMR), 11,66,716 samples have been examined on Saturday. A complete of 24,81,25,908 samples have been examined thus far.


In the meantime, in keeping with the Ministry of Well being and Household Welfare, a complete of seven,59,79,651 individuals have been vaccinated throughout the nation until now.

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From Friday, the federal government began vaccinating all individuals above 45 years. India began its vaccination drive on January 16 with precedence given to all healthcare and frontline employees within the first section. The second section began on March 1 the place doses have been administered to individuals above the age of 60 and people between 45 and 59 years with particular comorbidities.

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