IPL 2021 is going on in India between the coronavirus, all the teams are playing matches in the stadium without spectators in a strict bio bubble. Although the BCCI’s concerns have also increased due to the rising coronavirus cases in-country and the withdrawal of many foreign players.
Due to which more strict bio bubble rules have been made for IPL players and people associated with the league. The BCCI does not want to be negligent about coronaviruses.
Hence now BCCI has decided to make more frequent coronavirus tests than earlier used to be. Now the people present in the IPL 2021 bio bubble will be examined for corona every 2 days, whereas earlier this was done every 5 days.
Ban on outside food
In view of Corona, BCCI has also taken another decision. Now players will be able to eat only the food made in their hotel. Prior to this, players were given the exemption that they can order food outside their hotel. But now outside food is banned for players and other people involved in IPL 2021.
BCCI Chief Executive Hemang Amin informed the IPL teams,
“Earlier in the tournament, we had permitted food deliveries from outside your designated hotels, but these privileges have also been withdrawn. Apart from this, we have also increased our level of caution to strengthen our bio-bubbles,”
With players, this rule also applies to all the staff, family members, officers, etc. present in the IPL bio bubble. The BCCI had adopted a strict attitude towards Coronavirus, due to an increase in the cases in India. Till now BCCI has successfully managed the journey of IPL so far.
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