BCCI Health Advisory for IPL 2021 (Phase 2)- Board of  Control for Cricket in India has sent 46 Phages health advisory to IPL Teams. The second leg of the 14th edition of the Indian Premier League-2021 has been started from 19th September 2021. The BCCI is on its toes to deliver safe and secure IPL this time. Indian Cricket Board has sent 46 Page health advisory to each of the IPL franchises/stakeholders and have strictly asked them to follow the guidelines. 

The remaining matches of the IPL are being held in the UAE, which has also started from 19th September. Earlier IPL Season 2021 had to be postponed in May itself due to Kovid. In such a situation, now the Board of Control for Cricket in India has been taking special precautions from the point of view of health. For this, BCCI has issued a 46-page health advisory for IPL matches to be held in the UAE.

BCCI issued 46 Page health advisory for IPL 2021 Phase 2

BCCI issued New Rules for IPL Phase 2 for the audience and IPL Team players. Board has introduced many shocking rules in the second leg of IPL 2021. These guidelines and rules are of a total of 46 phases. According to the rules, if the ball goes into the stand, it will be replaced and after cleaning the ball, it will be kept in the library. Board also created 14 bio-bubbles in UAE. And out of these 14, 8 would belong to franchises. 

Indian Cricket Control Board has asked following compliances by each of the team and IPL players – 

  • All IPL franchises will have to quarantine for six days before being able to enter the bio-bubble. 
  • There are 14 bio bubbles. In which 8 bubbles for Franchise Teams and support staff and 3 for Match official & Match Management team and 3 for Broadcast Commentators and crew. 
  • Team members within a bubble must travel only in the dedicated vehicles from a fleet of buses and cars accredited by BCCI, which will be sanitized regularly. 
  • The drivers of all such vehicles will also be in the respective bubbles. 
  • Players and team support staff coming directly from the bubble created for the England vs India series, Sri Lanka vs South Africa series and the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) may be permitted to join the franchise squad without serving the mandatory quarantine period. 

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IPL 2021 Phase: BCCI sends 46 Page health Advisory to IPL Teams, 14 Bio-Bubbles to be created in UAE 

As for media and fans- “The General public including media personas will not have access to the bubble facilities as well as stadiums for any activities. In addition, each agency and venue involved must risk assessing their environment and associated processes as they ordinarily would.”

Apart from BCCI IPL health Advisory, the Doping Control Personnel (DCP) will also follow the same social distancing and testing protocols as followed by the franchise teams, before coming in the UAE. DCP will also be covered under the Bio-Secure environments protocols and a separate Bio-Secure bubble will be created for them. Check more details here 

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