Questions are raised on how creates a strict bio-bubble for the world’s largest T20 league was injured after KKRs Varun Chakravarthy and Sandeep Warrier were infected with the deadly Virus.
Foreign players, who were already afraid to get home with Travel from India are restricted are a more much worried.
“It’s not working back now with half of the tournament done. The news (positive cases in KKR) does the job of the BCCI more challenging, “a franchise official said PTI.
“We heard that a player got infected because he was taken outside die bladder for scans. It would have also can happen outside die Bladder. As far as I know, everyone strictly adheres to die established protocols out from the BCCI and there was no injury, “he said added.
Another team official he said tournament should continue as long as more teams are not affected by the virus.
“Even if you have to pause the tournament, how long you can hold back? The only way is it, die further isolate and retain positive cases playing. The players are natural more scared now, but it’s mainly because they aren’t sure over how they would get back home,” he said official.
The UK, Australia and New Zealand have banned travelers from India and a significant number of players in a Competition in The IPL come from these countries.
Some foreign ones players like The Australians Adam Zampa, Kane Richardson and Andrew Tye left in the nick of Time before departure bans came in effect but the most of they decided to stay back and see out the event ends May 30th.
“We should Let die BCCI decide what is best for all of us. Flood them with too many opinions on What should This would only be done after the cases at KKR lead to more Confusion, “said another tip official of a team.
Five-time winners were Mumbai Indians already Testing their players on a daily basis and others teams should follow The in the wake of Cases at KKR.
KKR players was told to isolate in the room and even teams like Delhi Capitals have told it players and support Staff to stay in their rooms after development on Monday (May 3rd).
The two teams played against each other four days ago.
“After the news we were told to stay in our rooms and strict follow die Logs. The players are fully aware of the situation outside is grim and die IPL bio-bubble is much safer environment at this point in Time, “said a support Employee of a leading Franchise.
A former India player in a Competition in the league summed it up up apt.
“There is a lot of Fear under players. Obviously we are all being tested second Day but facing die situation in You’re always scared in the country next in Fall you test positive, “he said.
“We’re hanging in but you can’t just negate the fear factor, “he said added.
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