The tournament in Australia is due to be played in October-November but there is uncertainty after the cancellation of other major sporting events.
Some countries have also grounded international flights.
But former Proteas skipper Faf reckons quarantining players for two weeks before and after the tournament could allow it to take place despite the coronavirus pandemic.
In a live chat on Facebook with Bangladeshi opener Tamim Iqbal, the SA veteran says: “I read that travelling is going to be an issue for lots of countries.
“Obviously Australia is not affected like other countries, but to get people from Bangladesh, South Africa or India, where there is more danger with the virus, obviously it’s a health risk to them.
“But you can actually go in before the tournament [for] two weeks’ isolation and then play the tournament and afterwards, two weeks’ isolation.”