Mumbai Indians players are being monitored by GPS watch. The second stage of IPL will be played in UAE and Oman. It is from September 19. For this, groups have begun reaching UAE. On Friday, many players of Mumbai Indians will come to Abu Dhabi.
The team shared this data through Instagram. Players arriving here will have to remain quarantined in their lodging for 6 days. Abu Dhabi Health Department has given GPS watches. Also, to the players arriving there. With the use of that the players’ developments can be observed and monitor.
According to the Health Department of Dubai. All of the players of Mumbai Indians arriving in Abu Dhabi. They have been given a GPS watch within the lodging after Covid testing at the airport. All players will need to wear this during the quarantine for 6 days.
The group of Chennai Super Kings has come to Dubai for the next stage of the Indian Premier League. Also, the Covid test of the players and staff of the group is being done each day. The 14th season of the IPL was delayed last May. Due to the second wave of Coronavirus pandemic.
Presently the rest of its matches will be organized within the UAE from 19 September. The first match of the second phase will be played. It is between star groups like Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians. Also, the strict protocols of Corona will be taken after throughout the competition. All players will be in the bio bubble. Amid the competition and they will be tested from time to time.
Board of Control for Cricket
The Board of Control for Cricket in India has issued a 46-page health advisory for the tournament. Which will have to be followed by the entire staff associated. Also, with the tournament including the players.
Lastly, apart from this, contact tracing will be done by the officials. If any player is found to be covid19 virus infected. So that other players do not fall prey to the virus. Gradually, Indian Premier League teams have started coming to UAE. Most of the teams are expected to reach in the next few weeks.