Talking to ANI, sources in the know of developments in the BCCI said that since the teams are in a bubble and will be travelling in buses which are also component of the bubble, it will not be a challenge.
“See, not just the groups, but also the buses and drivers and all the things is inside the bio-safe bubble. So, travelling to the stadium on match-times will not be a challenge. Regular tests are remaining performed on all those working all over the groups as well just like it was previous yr in the UAE. The curfew will not likely damage vacation to and from the stadium,” the source stated.
The BCCI is also contemplating of players’ vaccination ahead of the IPL with BCCI vice president Rajeev Shukla expressing that the board will get in touch with the Wellness Ministry for players’ vaccination.
“In order to cope with this coronavirus rise, I feel the only resolution is to get vaccinated. BCCI is also contemplating on these strains that gamers ought to be vaccinated. No person knows when coronavirus is likely to finish and you won’t be able to give a deadline that by this time frame, it will not be there so gamers can perform quickly. So, I feel now will have to imagine around that. Vaccination should really be performed for the players also,” Shukla explained to ANI.
When requested if BCCI has created to the Health and fitness Ministry with regards to players’ vaccination, Shukla said the BCCI is mulling above the plan and they will undoubtedly get in touch with the ministry that gamers really should be vaccinated.