The campaign, which started on Tuesday, was started due to less audience entry at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG). For the Sydney Test, 25 per cent of the spectators have been allowed to visit the stadium every day. Only 9500 viewers will be admitted to the SCG with a capacity of 38 thousand viewers.
Cricket Australia said in a statement that a person sitting in any country will be able to join this test through a virtual pink seat. For this, viewers have to buy pink seats.
McGraw Foundation CEO Holly Masters said, “People don’t know, but we need $ 14 million annually to fund a network of 154 McGrath breast care nurses.” Hence the Pink Test helps us to strengthen this fight further. In Australia, there are 55 breast cancer cases per day.
He said, McGrath Foundation nurses have helped a lot in the fight against breast cancer. This battle has become even more difficult during the Kovid-19.
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