The rest of the Indian Premier League 2021 will start in the UAE on September 19. The tournament was discontinued in May when there were COVID-19 cases inside the bio-bubble. Later, the BCCI and the IPL board decided to hold the remaining tournament in the UAE.
Just 40 days before the start of the tournament, the BCCI has released health and safety protocols for players and staff. The report says that if the members of the franchise and their families violate biological bubble protocols, strict disciplinary action will be taken against them.
“Violations of any bio-safe environment protocols by franchisee members or their families are subject to disciplinary action by the BCCI,” the board said in a statement.
It has also been said that international players do not need to quarantine. People who want to re-enter the bio-bubble must spend six days separately.
The first 29 matches of the edition took place in India earlier this year. Now, the remaining 31 matches will be held in the UAE. The finals will be held on October 15.
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