IND vs SA: What happens if a player or support staff gets a crown during the series? Learn

Cricket South Africa Medical Officer Suhaib Manjra said that the Cricket Board of India (BCCI) and CSA mutually agreed that even if a crown is infected between players or support staff, both teams and the next series of tests and ODI will continue. Also, people or players who were in close contact will not be forced to remain in quarantine.

The Indian team will start a three-match test series against South Africa from December 26, followed by the second test in Johannesburg from January 3-7 and the third test in Cape Town from January 11-15. After the Test series, a three-game ODI series will be played, the matches of which will be played on January 19, 21 and 23.

There is a specific consensus that the BCCI can withdraw from the tour only if conditions worsen in South Africa, where Kovid’s new form was found to be Omicron. But a senior official said no one is likely to be dropped off yet.

Cricket South Africa Medical Officer Suhaib Manjra said: “We spoke with India and agreed on a protocol. Since everyone has been vaccinated within the biobubble, then if a positive case comes to light and if their condition is stable, they will remain isolated. inside the hotel On the other hand, if a player tests positive for the virus, the doctors of the team in question will take care of the players.

He further said that they will be under the supervision of their respective team doctor. Non-contact players (close or accidental contact) will continue to play and practice and all team members will be tested daily and the Kovid-19 test will take place and the course will run as planned.

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According to the information, a daily rapid antigen test will be carried out on the players and both teams will be prepared for the situation that arises from positive cases. But as long as the proper precautions are taken, the series will continue. Even the hotel staff was put into a bio-bubble a week before the arrival of the Indian team.

The India tour is very important to South African cricket in terms of commercial rights. Apart from this, you can also receive a large amount of money from the broadcast rights of the series. The Indian team is staying at a resort in Centurion where the biobubble has plenty of room inside, so their families aren’t confined to locked rooms like they used to be in five-star hotels. The games in this series will be played without spectators.


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