Kolkata: The headquarters of the Bengal Cricket Association (CAB) was closed for seven days on Sunday after a temporary worker at the historic Eden Gardens ground was found positive for the corona virus. CAB president Avishek Dalmia said in a statement that Chandan Das, who works temporarily in the civil engineering department, was found positive for the corona virus on Saturday. He said that he has been admitted to Charnock Hospital. Although he had not come to the cab office for a week, on the advice of the reputed doctors involved in the medical committee, we have asked everyone to avoid coming to the cab office for the next seven days and during this time sanitization will be done keeping in mind all the safety rules. . Abhishek said that the cab was not formally opened and work was going on with minimum staff to meet statutory compliance and make necessary payments to the stakeholders concerned. A record 743 new cases of corona virus were reported in the state on Saturday, while the maximum number of 19 people died in a single day. Kolkata recorded a record 242 new cases on Saturday, taking the total number of infections to 6864.