IPL 2021-BCCI-IPL 2021 is going to start from 9 April. The first match is to be played between Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers Bangalore. Earlier, the BCCI’s problems with the corona have been steadily increasing. More than 35 people, including 4 cricketers included in the IPL, have been found infected with Korna. This has increased the discomfort of many stakeholders of IPL 2021. The Indian board has decided to take some additional measures to fight this epidemic. As per the information coming from the board, the BCCI has requested the Civil Aviation Ministry to separately check IPL for players and teams after the first leg of the matches in Mumbai and Chennai is over, while moving to other cities. Allow counters. Not only this, BCCI is also planning to test teams everyday to save IPL 2021 from Corona.
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A BCCI official talking to InsideSport said, ‘The situation is more difficult at the moment. We are trying our best to fight against Corona. BCCI is constantly talking with all stakeholders. We have requested for different IPL counters during check-in and will also test the teams everyday.
BCCI new rules for IPL 2021
Request for separate IPL check-in counters at airports
– Everyday corona test
– To be associated with bio-bubble with other stakeholders of executives and teams.
– Ground staff in Mumbai are no longer allowed outside the stadium. They will be given facility in the stadium itself.
Two RCB players have been found to be infected by Korna. A source from Royal Challengers Bangalore told InsideSport, ‘We are following every rule of bio-bubble. But when two of our players were found to be infected with Corona, we have enforced strict rules. All have been specifically asked to monitor within the bio-bubble. The bio-bubble rule is being followed by every player. Earlier the rooms were cleaned once a day. Now they are being cleaned twice a day. Cooks and staff are also staying at the hotel for RCB players. The lifts are exclusively for us which open on 3 floors, only for us. Logistics is being revised every single day. We are nervous as a player, but not too worried, because we live in a bio-bubble. ‘
The source further said, ‘RCB is taking extra precautions with new members joining the bio-bubble. They are being tested three times. After the arrival of new members, the quarantine is being tested on the 3rd and 7th days. After that all players are tested every 5th day. In the coming days, all the players will be tested every third day.
Earlier yesterday, RCB Australian all-rounder Daniel Symes was found infected with Corona. The first match to be played between Royal Challengers Bangalore and Mumbai Indians on 9 April in IPL 2021.
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