IPL’s 14th season had to be postponed due to the Corona virus. Although BCCI is adamant about the World Test Championship, they are not ready to give up under any circumstances. The board has decided to take important steps in this regard. The Indian team will play the final match of the World Test Championship against New Zealand in Southampton, England. The match will be played between June 18 and June 22.
The team will play a series of five tests against England in August and September. However, the BCCI is currently awaiting official advice from the UK government on health matters. The BCCI made great efforts, but the IPL 2021 fell victim to the corona virus.
The council is also making efforts to find out how the corona virus was discovered during this tournament held at Biobubble. BCCI is taking important steps to keep the tour safe in England, citing what happened during the IPL.
All players will stay in Mumbai for two weeks
According to media reports, the BCCI has decided it has yet to receive an official health notice from the UK government. But all efforts are made on his behalf. The team are to keep the Indian players and their families in quarantine for two weeks before the board leaves for England. Who will be in quarantine in Mumbai.
Players residing in Bombay will be granted a week off as long as they remain isolated at home. The BCCI showed that 90 percent of group members going to England received the first dose of the vaccine. All received the Covishield vaccine. The council hopes to have a second dose of the vaccine in England. Otherwise, the BCCI will organize the vaccine itself.
The corona test will be done at home
The BCCI has also decided that all players traveling to England and their families will undergo the RTPR test at their homes. For this, the head of the council will send a medical team to all the houses. Where all household members will take the test.
Reviews are due to take place in the next few days. Only then will the team reach Mumbai, where they will be introduced to the family before leaving for England. Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma and Ajinkya Rahane who live in Mumbai. They may be allowed to remain in quarantine for a week instead of two.