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Cricket Australia donates USD 50,000

Cricket Australia donates USD 50,000 to UNICEF’S India COVID-19 Crisis Appeal


 Indians and Australians have very good relations, as we both Indians and Australians love cricket and this makes our love deeper towards each other.

Proof by Cricket  Australia as they donate USD 50000 which is approximately 3 lacks which is a big amount that will help India in this hard situation. This amount will be used to procure oxygen for seriously ill patients, providing testing equipment in affected regions as well as for supporting the roll-out of COVID-19 vaccines.

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On Monday Cricket Australia announced this news. It was Aussie quick Pat Cummins who was the first cricketer to make a big amount of donation of $50,000 towards the PM Cares fund to help India to fight against the second wave of coronavirus which makes India much weak about their health.

From all around the world cricketers contributing  and we can say that they are helping us to pass away from this pandemic.

Cricket Australia donates USD 50,000

Former Australian pacer bowler Brett Lee donated 1 Bitcoin which is approximately 40 lakhs to the Crypto Relief Fund to help his second hoe which is India. Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar, who has donated Rs 1 crore to a fundraising campaign, and Indian Batsman Shikhar Dhawan pledged Rs 20 lakhs for ‘Mission Oxygen’

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As we can see that the coronavirus is making our country weak in India we are suffering from a shortage of beds, oxygen supplies, and shortage of vaccines.

India reported  392,488 new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday which makes total cases 19.56 million. Total deaths due to COVID-19 make a record to 215,542.

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