The domestic season, which begins later this year, lasts almost until April.
Indian Cricket Management Committee (BCCI) Has issued new guidelines to state teams prior to the resumption of the domestic season following the Covid-19 forced gap. According to a Cricbuzz report, teams are advised to avoid public transport movements, but the board limits the strength of each team to 30-20 players and 10 support staff. increase.
“Each team is encouraged to have a team doctor to manage COVID-related issues,” said the elaborate BCCI Advisory. Share rides (Uber, Ola, etc.), trains, local bus networks, etc. during the tournament are strictly prohibited. The domestic season, which begins later this year, lasts almost until April.
“20 players are eligible for the match fee (100% eligible for playing XI, the remaining 9 are eligible for 50%). BCCI for Team Indian cricket players to participate in domestic cricket If represented by, he or she will be subject to the match fee of 20 or more players based on the status of XI’s play and XI’s non-play in the match. Advice on reading the match fee.
Teams quarantined for 6 days before entering the biobubble
According to the Covid-19 protocol, all team members, support staff, and others must be forcibly quarantined for 6 days before entering the biobubble.
“All players and support staff must be quarantined in their respective hotel rooms for six days after arriving at the hotel. All included in the Bio-Secure environment upon arrival and before starting training activities. Players and team support staff are eligible for the COVID-19RT-PCR test plan below. Nasopharyngeal swabs are taken for testing. Test reports are available within 12-24 hours after sample collection. ” Said the advisory.
“People who test positive for COVID-19 should be quarantined for 10 days and seek advice from local health authorities. During the 10-day quarantine period, individuals undergo the first RT-PCR test. The RT-PCR test should be repeated at least 24 hours apart on the 9th and 10th days from the first day. The individual has had no COVID-19-related symptoms for more than 24 hours and has taken the drug in the last 24 hours. If not and both test reports are negative, you may be allowed to join the team. “
“In exceptional circumstances, if a player needs to visit a hospital for scanning or non-COVID treatment, a special corridor will be created to avoid close contact with individuals outside the biosecure bubble. Team staff accompanying the athlete must wear PPE (face mask and gloves) during the hospital visit, “the memo further advises.