The outbreak of the pandemic coronavirus has shut all the actions with a complete lockdown in most parts of the world. Meanwhile, the weddings of some cricketers from Australia including Adam Zampa is getting postponed with many states in Australia are under complete lockdown.
Since it broke out in China, the COVID-19 has taken away more than 45000 lives. China, Spain, Italy, and the United States of America are the most affected places in the world. In India also there have been more than 2000 positive cases registered with the death toll has gone over 50.
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The outbreak of COVID-19 has forced everyone to cut all relations with their outside world and stay indoors in a bid to curb the spread of the deadly virus. With all gathering closed, many cricketers have started to postpone their weddings.
Incidentally, many states in Australia are under lockdown. The citizens are granted some exemptions but public gatherings are limited to two to five people. The lockdown rule only allows five people to attend the wedding.
A day after Lizelle Lee and Tanja delayed their wedding, a report in ESPNcricinfo suggests that as many as eight Australian cricketers have also postponed their weddings. The list includes their limited-overs spinner Adam Zampa, Test pacer Jackson Bird, D’Arcy Short, uncapped Mitchell Swepson, Alister McDermott, Andrew Tye, Jess Jonassen and Katelyn Fryett.
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Furthermore, Glenn Maxwell and Pat Cummins were yet to fix the date of their marriage but considering the current situation, they will have to delay the event by a year. Maxwell got engaged to Indian-origin Vini Raman in last week of February. Cummins had also announced his engagement on social media last month.