Coronavirus: India cancel tours to Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe
Fears over the coronavirus pandemic have forced India to cancel tours to Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe.
India have pulled out of tours to Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe because of fears over the coronavirus pandemic.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) released a statement on Friday confirming the team's withdrawal.
It comes after Sri Lanka Cricket had already announced the cancellation of the tour, which was set to include three ODIs and three Twenty20 matches.
India were scheduled to travel to Sri Lanka on June 24 and then to Zimbabwe for a three-match ODI series starting in August.
A BCCI statement added: "The BCCI is determined to take steps towards the resumption of international and domestic cricket, but it will not rush into any decision that will jeopardise the efforts put in by the central and state governments and several other respective agencies in containing the spread of the coronavirus.
"The office-bearers have been taking note of advisories issued by the government of India and the board is committed to fully comply with the restrictions imposed and guidelines issued. The BCCI will continue to study and evaluate the changing situation."