Coronavirus speed, Formula One race canceled, loss of one billion dollars
Melbourne: The deadly and new Coronavirus has inflicted another blow to Australia's economy, the Formula One car race held on the weekend has been canceled.
According to details, the Australian Grand Prix, which began in Melbourne this weekend, has been canceled, with the cancellation of the car race losing nearly $ 1 billion dollars.
Yesterday, the car race team McLaren announced the withdrawal from the event after a positive test for the Coronavirus came in one member. In a joint statement issued by Formula One race stakeholders, it was stated that a member of the McLaren Racing Team had decided to cancel the event at a meeting after COVID-19 positives came and the team left.
Meanwhile, all the rest of the team members have been kept in the hotel for fourteen days in Quarantine. The decision to cancel the Formula One race has also made it suspicious of holding the Bahrain Grand Prix next weekend, which will be held without spectators.
Meanwhile, spectators have also been banned in the ongoing ODI between New Zealand and Australia. It is thought that the number of people affected by the Coronavirus in Australia has been 160 and so far 3 people have been killed.