A scrum project consists of a series of sprints. A sprint is a defined time period, usually between 1 and 4 weeks. Each sprint lasts equally long and follow each other directly. Each sprint can be considered as a small-scale project, in which a done, useable and potentially releasable product increment is created. The lead time is short to prevent ambiguity and risks. In addition, short sprints provide more opportunities for feedback at the end of each sprint, which increases the predictability of the final goal.
The sprint ends tomorrow, so the team is busy finishing the tickets on the board