IPL 2021 postponed: Royal Challengers Bangalore personnel return home of COVID-hit tournament

In one (n official media Release said the franchise: “We were working in consultation with BCCI and die respective cricket Boards too ensure die safe return of all our personnel to their homes. Strict SOPs are set in place by us, for those who change from central hubs in their respective cities. We will be in constant touch with them until they reach home and continue to offer support to our personnel whenever necessary. “

“We thank all of ours players, the support Staff and die fans for their immense support this season and wish for you safety and health “, die publication added Furthermore.

The RCB produced all domestic maps players, Employees and management to specific pre-identified hubs and then connected to their respective cities.

While the Australians players and become employees complete a mandatory quarantine period in a hotel arranged by RCB in The Maldives. You will continue to be in touch with Cricket australia on SOPs and is exited for their country when die Open borders in this country.

The franchise arranged a special Flight to Auckland for its New Zealand players and staff. you will be in touch with New Zealand cricket on SOPs. The New Zealand test playersincluding captain Kane Williamson, who were part of The IPL 2021 is left directly for the UK on May 11th.

During the South Africans players and employees travel to Johannesburg via Mumbai and Doha and will be in touch with Cricket South Africa on SOPs.

Meanwhile England players Jonny Bairstow, Jos Buttler, Sam Curran, Tom Curran, Sam Billings, Chris Woakes, Moeen Ali and Jason Roy all boarded a flight that in Heathrow landed on Wednesday (May 5th).

They need to be quarantined in government-approved hotels for the next 10 days. The remaining three England players who were on duty – Eoin Morgan, Dawid Malan and Chris Jordan – are expected to leave India within the US next 48 hours.

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