ICC released guidelines to resume cricket after coronavirus

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ICC released guidelines to resume cricket after coronavirus
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The International Cricket Council (ICC) has issued a guideline to resume cricket worldwide after the outbreak of Coronavirus.

 

From Now on, domestic cricketers to international players will have to do other work during practice, travel and games.

 

Divided the guideline into four rounds

 

The ICC has divided this guideline into four rounds.

 

In the first round, the players have to start training alone and after this, a group of three players will practice in the second round.

 

According to third round, small groups or teams will be able to train with their coaches.

 

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In the fourth and last stage, teams will be able to play matches with their entire squad, but they will also have to take full care of social distance.

 

14 day camp and appointment of medical officer

 

Along with this, the guidelines recommended all cricket boards to undergo health check-up, temperature check and Covid-19 test.

 

Players will have to be in a 14-day separate practice camp before the match.

 

It has also been asked to consider the appointment of the Medical Officer and Biosafety Officer.

 

They will take responsibility for the Biosafety Scheme for implementing government regulations.

 

Guidelines issued by the country concerned and to resume training and competition will have to be strictly followed.

 

When will cricket start?

 

There is no mention of it in the entire guidelines as when the cricket activities will be able to start.

 

These guidelines provide a framework with practical suggestions on which cricket can only return to the field without safety and risk.

 

A cricket committee led by Anil Kumble has already recommended a ban on the use of spit or saliva on the ball in front of the ICC.

 

This deadly disease that has spread across the world has made 50 lakhs people victims. At the same time, this figure in India is going to cross 1.25 million.

 

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