Finch,Warner question Australian Goverments fight against Coronavirus

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Due to Coronavirus threat Australian cricket team had to cancel their recent ODI series against New Zealand even after first match of the series in Sydney was played out in an empty stadium.

Now after the series, Australia skipper Aaron Finch and his fellow opening partner David Warner have questioned the government’s new rules to tackle with Coronavirus or COVID-19. Australia Prime Minister Scott Morrison, earlier this week, said that the country will impose a 14-day self isolation on all international passenger arrivals from midnight Sunday to try and contain the spread of coronavirus.

In response to the announcement, a journalist named Veronica Eggleton tweeted: “Genuine question – how does the Government know if new arrivals are actually self-isolating?” Finch retweeted the tweet with a comment: “Have been wondering the same thing!!”

In response to Finch’s remarks, Warner added: “Or, what about the uber/taxi/bus/train they catch from the airport to their place.”

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Friday urged people not to gather in groups of more than 500 from Monday but said he would still go to a weekend rugby game, as officials warned millions of residents would contract coronavirus within months.