The International Cricket Council (ICC), advising its member countries to take precautions to resume cricketing activities, said that many countries are still battling the Kovid-19 pandemic, so attention to broadcasting of infection at the local level Have to put in. Sanctions have been put in place in many member countries to prevent the epidemic from spreading. The ICC has also issued a guideline for starting the game on Friday, in which the security ‘protocol’ has been given the highest priority.
‘Cricket activities should start only when there is no risk’
The ICC stated in its guidelines that cricket activities should be started only when there is no risk. Doing so in the event of a risk may increase the local infection rate. Among the cricketing nations, England is the worst affected by this pandemic, whereas in India and Pakistan, cases of Kovid-19 have increased rapidly in the last few weeks. The global body governing the sport said that every effort should be made to ensure that the risks associated with the cricket environment before any training session or match are minimized. This includes the playground, training site, room, equipment, ball management.
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‘Cricket board should follow its government guidelines’
This epidemic has led to postponement of dazzling tournaments such as the Indian Premier League and several bilateral series. Cricket may be a non-contact sport, but the ICC is taking precautions in view of this unprecedented health crisis. The ICC said that its member countries should follow the guidelines of their respective governments. He said that the members of the ICC (and the unit attached to it) should decide to start the game as per the guidelines of their respective governments. He said that where sports activities have been expressly forbidden by the governments, no cricket activity should be started until the government has got the approval to do so. International or domestic travel and segregation should also follow government regulations. The ICC stressed the need for the players and all other stakeholders to carry out the security protocol.
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