Amid the devastation caused by the corona virus worldwide, the International Cricket Council (ICC), the highest institution of cricket, has issued new rules and guidelines for the restoration of cricket. The ICC on Friday recommended in its guidelines the appointment of the Chief Medical Officer and to set up a 14-day separate training camp.
As we all look forward to the return of cricket, the ICC has formed guidelines on how to keep safe 🙌Advertisement
Phase 1️⃣ Solo training 🏃
Phase 2️⃣ Small groups of three or less 🏃 🏃 🏃
Phase 3️⃣ Groups of less than 🔟
Phase 4️⃣ Full squad activities 🏏Advertisement
– ICC (@ICC) May 22, 2020
The ICC has clearly written in its official statement that the purpose of these new guidelines is to return to the field slowly and safely from the era of the epidemic. The Medical Advisory Committee of the ICC along with many medical experts have prepared these new guidelines so that all the aspects related to players from cricket can be kept safe.
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