Cricket Australia established strict rules of Kovid, gave these instructions to the players

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COVID Players in Ashes, BBL Banned From Signing Autographs And Interacting With Fans, Report Says

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  • Cricket Australia has implemented new player rules for Rounds 3 and 4.
  • During these two test matches, the players want to go home at the end of the day’s game.
  • During this, the players will have to follow many rules in addition to keeping their distance from the spectators on the field.

Cricket Australia (CA) has reportedly implemented new Kovid rules for its players. According to a report by The Age.com.au, Cricket Australia has implemented a ‘Tier Protocol’ for the next two test matches. In fact, CA has made this decision after Australian players have expressed their desire to go home between test matches. Under this protocol, players will be asked to maintain social distancing from viewers as well as prevent players from eating indoors or going to the bar.

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Australian cricketers wishing to go home after the end of the day’s game in two tests have been instructed to undergo regular COVID-19 tests and not go to lounges to cut their hair.

“Cricketers in Test and Big Bash (league) have been banned from giving autographs in New South Wales and Victoria,” the report said.

On the eve of the Adelaide test, Australian Captain Cummins had contacted the infected person at the Little Hunter Steakhouse, forcing him to be discarded from the Adelaide test.

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However, the CA selection panel was relieved when they learned on Saturday that Cummins’ Covid report had come back negative and that he would be playing on the team for the Boxing Day test at MCG starting December 26.

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“With 1,504 active cases in Victoria and 2,482 in New South Wales, Cricket Australia CEO Nick Hockley said that players should socially distance themselves from fans in those states,” the report said.

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