IPL 2021 BCCI issued 46-page health advisory for IPL 2021 Part 2 If batsman hits 6 and ball goes into stand then the 2nd ball will be taken Hit a six and the ball goes into the stand then another ball will be taken
The remaining 31 matches of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 are to be played in the UAE. For this, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has started preparations. The IPL was postponed midway due to the coronavirus pandemic. Till then 29 matches had been organized in India.
For IPL Part-2, BCCI has issued a 46-page health advisory for the matches to be held in UAE. According to the news published in Inside Sports, it has been said in this advisory that if the ball goes into the stand, it will not be used again. The new ball will be taken in its place. After sanitizing the ball which will go to the stand, it will be kept in the ball library.
If a bowler hits a six and the ball goes into the stand, then that ball will not be used in that match. Another ball will be used in its place. The second leg of IPL 2021 is to be played in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) from 19 September.
BCCI has asked every team and IPL players to follow the following things
- All franchises will have to quarantine for six days before entering the bio-bubble.
- BCCI has decided to apply 14 bio-bubbles. Of these, eight will be of franchisees.
- Apart from 8 bio bubbles, 3 bio bubbles will be for the match officials and match management team, while 3 bio bubbles will be for broadcast commentators and crew members.
- Within a bio bubble, the team members will have to travel only in a fleet of buses and cars recognized by the BCCI, which will be sanitized regularly.
- The drivers of all such vehicles will also remain in their respective bio-bubbles.
- Players and team support staff coming directly from the bio bubble created for the England v India series, Sri Lanka v South Africa series and the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) may be allowed to join the franchise team without serving a mandatory quarantine period. can.
It has been said in the advisory for the media and fans, the general public including the media people will not be allowed to go into the bio bubble. Also, no activity will be allowed in the stadium. In addition, each agency and site involved should conduct a risk assessment of their environment and related processes as they normally do.
The Doping Control Personnel (DCP) will also follow the same social distancing and testing protocols that are followed by the franchise teams before and after their arrival in the UAE. The DCP will also be covered under the Bio-Secure Environment Protocol. A separate bio-secure bubble will be created for them.
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