Graeme Watson passed away; Sana Mir announced retirement from international cricket; and cricket resumed in Vanuatu and Taipei.
CA is keen on hosting the Border-Gavaskar Trophy at the end of this year; ICC will decide its course of action later this week; South Africa's tour of Sri Lanka has been postponed; and Rahul and Mushfiqur have put up their gear for auction to help combat COVID-19.
Coronavirus claims former Peshawar cricketer Zafar Sarfraz; BCCI are likely to postpone the IPL indefinitely; MCA postponed all their matches till May 3; and Giles remains upbeat about over the possibility of cricket in England this summer.
Jackie du Preez passed away; Mohammad Sharif retired from all forms of cricket; Pujara, Lyon, and Neser cancelled their respective County Championship contracts; and Shakib reunited with his family after a self-imposed isolation.
David Hodgkiss, Lancashire chairman died after contracting coronavirus. Australia Cricketers would be ready for pay cuts, said Tim Paine. The Hundred ticket sale got delayed due to the pandemic.
Pandit left Vidarbha for MP; Ganguly to donate INR 5 million towards the Coronavirus-affected; HCA offered a stadium to assist with quarantine measures; and Middlesex signed a new contract.
Majid Haq tested positive for Coronavirus; no professional cricket in England till May 28. Men's T20 World Cup may have reserve days; and Warner will not feature in The Hundred.
Both the ECB and ZC suspended all domestic cricket; CWI offered to host the Wisden Trophy; ICC inducted two Indian female umpires to their International Panel; and the South African cricketers were asked to isolate themselves upon their return home.
The PSL knockout have been postponed; Hales has confirmed Covid-19 symptoms; and Sheikh Jamal, Shinepukur, and the Dhaka Premier Division Cricket League has been stalled till at least March 31.
Several cricketing events have been cancelled over the past few days, including the ongoing PSL, Sheffield Shield, and Plunket Shield.