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.
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.
CSA declared the domestic season winners, ECB announced a potential season opening date, and Ganguly offered the Eden Gardens to West Bengal Government for quarantine facilities.
Beuran Hendricks earned a national contract, the CPL organisers are yet to discuss an alternative plan, and PCB offered help to combat Covid-19
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.
Stuart Broad praised ECB for the decision under the increasing threat of COVID-19. Lockie Ferguson was cleared of coronavirus. Former Saurashtra coach backed Jaydev Unadkat’s comeback in the national team.