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IPL 2020 in UAE: Four Corona virus Tests, Bio-Secure Bubble and Other Covid-19 Protocols

The BCCI is anticipating an ultimate conclusion from the Indian government as it eyes the September 19-November 8 windows to have the IPL in the UAE. BCCI has been excited about facilitating IPL in 2020 and the deferment of the T20 World Cup, which was planned to be held in Australia in October-November, has cleared the route for the money-rich T20 class.

IPL director Brijesh Patel likewise affirmed that Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020 will be held over each of the 3 venues in the United Arab Emirates – Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and Sharjah from September 19 to November 8, subject to the endorsement of the Indian government.

In spite of the fact that the SOPs will be mostly based on the ones prepared by the England and Wales Cricket Board for the West Indies Test arrangement that finished up effectively not long ago.

IPL 2020 to host by UAE


List of security protocols Every IPL Franchise Should  have to follow in UAE for IPL 2020:

Quarantine protocol: According to the current wellbeing convention in Dubai, there is no need to be in isolation if individuals are conveying a negative Covid-19 test report, but if they are not, they should undergo a test.

Covid-19 tests: Players should experience four rounds of coronavirus testing two in India before takeoff and twice during the isolated period in UAE. Testing will be an unquestionable requirement for all travelers showing up in UAE and a similar will apply for players and staff.

Bio-secure bubble: Each franchise should make its own bubble in which the group may be collaborating with the set number of individuals in their environment or designated to them by BCCI. A comparable bubble will be made for BCCI and the IMG staff, telecasters, and so on as indicated by a report.

DXB App: Each player who visits UAE for IPL 2020 must introduce the DXB App on their cell phone which is UAE’s likeness India’s Aarogya Setu application. Social distancing rules will be actualized and should be followed on and off the field.

Travel & accommodation: As indicated by a report, all franchise should calculate their own movement courses of action and convenience in UAE. BCCI will arrange with UAE specialists to guarantee “limited lodging rates” and offer it with the franchise. It will at that point be the franchise’s discretion to make options gave by BCCI or make their own courses of action.

Dressing room protocols: Players should join their individual groups simultaneously, a limit of 15 players to be allowed inside the team changing area.

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