More than 42000 cases of corona infection were found in Britain on Wednesday. There, the cases of corona have been increasing continuously in the last few days. The danger on such India-England is increasing.
The Test series between India and England will start from August 4.
ECB Chief Executive Tom Harrison said on Thursday that there is no tight bio bubble despite cases of corona infection being found in both the teams ahead of the Test series between India and England starting on August 4. Will be built. Before the practice match in Durham, two cases of corona infection were found in the Indian team. These include Rishabh Pant and throw down specialist Dayanand Jarani. On the other hand, England had to field a second-rate team in the series against Pakistan as many of its key players were found positive after the series against Sri Lanka. More than 42000 cases of corona infection were found in Britain on Wednesday. There, the cases of corona have been increasing continuously in the last few days.
Harrison said, ‘In dealing with Corona, the situation is different now than it was six months or a year ago. We are learning to live with it. Instead of bio bubble, we are creating a safe environment for the people. Players are fed up with the bio bubble. This is affecting the mental health of the players. We have to learn to deal with Corona. Have to live with it in the near future. We will follow the protocol completely.
‘Entire team should not be changed if one or two are positive’
Harrison said that it is important to decide that the way the entire team was changed during the series against Pakistan need not be done. He said, ‘I think we are trying that because of one or two cases, the whole team does not have to be out of the match. So we are working hard to maintain the protocol for the rest of the season. We have informed many teams and camps about these protocols. Along with this, information has also been given to the international and county teams.
Right now, according to the guidelines of the UK government, if a person comes in contact with a corona infected person, then he has to isolate for 10 days. Can this time be reduced? On this question, Harrison said, ‘We talk to the government every time. The truth is that the guidelines have been made by Public Health England, so we do not have the capacity to make new guidelines for cricket. Then there is not even approval from Public Health England or the government. That’s why we are walking according to the current guidelines but it is not impossible to walk and work according to the current guidelines.
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