The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has reportedly issued an advisory for COVID-19 due to spikes in cases amid the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023 edition. There has been a rapid increase in COVID-19 cases in the country, and that has forced the BCCI to make this move.
BCCI issues advisory
The board has reportedly asked the franchises to take extra care of the players and staff members and take extra precautions as well. In recent news, India recorded over 5,300 new COVID cases in the past 24 hours, and the situation could worsen if proper precaution is not taken.
According to a source, the BCCI has requested that the franchises be extra careful in the wake of the rising cases. “BCCI has asked everyone to be more alert and cautious to curtail COVID in the IPL. We know cases are rising, but there is nothing to worry about; we have directed players and support staff to follow COVID guidelines,” the source was quoted as saying by IndiaToday.
“Health and safety of players are paramount for us. What so ever will be the guidelines from the government will follow. Our team is monitoring the situation, and we are keeping track; as far as COVID is concerned, there is nothing to worry about,” the source reportedly further added.
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