Government rules out special arrangements for Australian cricketers in India amid COVID-19 outbreak
Prime Minister Scott Morrison says Australian cricketers still based in India will not receive special treatment once repatriation flights between the two countries resume.
- Mr Morrison ruled out giving Australian cricketers priority over other citizens
- Several Australian players remain in India contesting the IPL, including Steve Smith, Pat Cummins and David Warner
- Andrew Tye, Adam Zampa and Kane Richardson are among the Australians to cut short their IPL campaigns
On Tuesday Mr Morrison announced all flights from India to Australia would be temporarily halted, as the South Asian country dealt with a record-breaking COVID-19 outbreak.
The pause on flights will last until May 15.
Several Australian cricketers are still in…