World News – AU – IPL 2020: As humans, following the Covid-19 protocol won’t be easy, says Iyer – en – en.

Anish Kumar |
New Delhi
Last updated September 19, 2020 3:09 PM IST

It was not going to be as easy as humans to follow the rules and regulations in place amid the coronavirus pandemic, Delhi capitals captain Shreyas Iyer said at a press conference on Saturday The 13th season of the Indian Premier League (IPL 2020) is being played from today in a bio-secure bubble at three venues in the United Arab Emirates – Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Sharjah

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“This is an unusual time and it is sometimes difficult as a human being to follow the rules and regulations in place due to the Covid-19 pandemic However, it is in our best interest to follow established protocol for the benefit players, “Iyer said at a virtual pre-match press conference

Covid-19 protocol for IPL 2020:
1 Players will be tested every five days during the tournament

2 If a player tests positive, they will go into 14-day quarantine After the mandatory self-isolation period, the player or support staff will have to undergo two more Covid-19 RT-PCR tests within 24 hours

3 Media are not allowed to enter stadiums It can only interact with players during post-match press conferences, virtually This means there will be no physical interaction of players with anyone outside of the bio-bubble

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