Mikyle Louis of St Kitts and Nevis Patriots has been taken out. From the ongoing version of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) for breaking bio-bubble protocols. The organizers said on Monday that the 21-year-old, Mikyle Louis left the bio-bubble without consent. Moreover, he will take no assist part within the competition.
The bio bubble will maintain as of now. Also, for the complete term of the competition. And no one from outside the bubble will be allowed in any of the bubble areas.
Conversely, no one from inside the bubble will be approving to out of the main bubble areas. People who break these rules will be expelled. Also, from the competition with no exemptions, state the protocols for the competition.
Mikyle Louis left the hotel after appalling news related to one of his friends. The continuous league is playing under a bio-bubble. In St Kitts and Nevis Patriots for the safety of players and support staff against COVID-19. He had represented West Indies. After that, the U-19 level in 2017 and was yet to form his debut within the competition.
“Following the receipt of some tragic news about a close friend. Also, the player took the unfortunate and ill-advised decision. To leave the hotel bubble without permission. While the league is sympathetic about the circumstances which led to the player’s decision. It cannot allow the integrity of its Covid-secure. Bubble to be compromised,” said tournament operations director Michael Hall in a press release.
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Lastly, the continuous season of the CPL started on August 26 and ends on September 15, 2021. This season 2021 of the Caribbean Premier League is open. To the crowds at 50 percent maximum of participation. Right now, St Kitts and Nevis Patriots are on the top of the table with six points. After winning all three matches so far.