IPL 2020: Preparations are going on strongly in the United Arab Emirates for the preparation of IPL 2020. The Indian Premier League has only 17 days left and the BCCI does not want to take any risk in view of the infection of coronavirus. BCCI has instructed all players and their families to be cautious about their health. Along with this, he has been sold a contact pressing Bluetooth to monitor the health of BCCI officials and all the players as well as their family members. The BCCI has given strict instructions that Players’ families will have to wear contact tracing Bluetooth. 4
IPL 2020 Player’s families wear contact tracing Bluetooth
BCCI has prepared a health app
Keeping in mind the IPL 2020, the BCCI announced the IPL 2020 in the UAE and all the teams have reached the UAE a few days ago. In view of the infection, the BCCI has prepared a health app in which all the players and the family of the players have to give information about their body temperature every day. According to news agency ANI, an official told that BCCI has prepared a health app to monitor the health of all the players and the families of the officials. Through this app, everyone has to tell their body temperature. The most important thing about this app is that it alerts everyone beforehand, recognizing the risk of infection of coronavirus.
Official programs have not been announced
There are only 17 days left for the start of IPL 2020, but the official events of the IPL have not been announced yet. The organizers of the tournament have been continuously pressurizing the BCCI but the BCCI has not yet released the list of events. It is being told that BCCI wants to make any changes after making the program. BCCI wants to announce official programs only after dealing with all kinds of problems.
Coronavirus test will cost 10 crores
The BCCI is very cautious about coronavirus infection. The BCCI has become more alert ever since Chennai Super Kings players and members have been found to be infected with the coronavirus. BCCI is constantly testing its cricketers for the test of coronavirus. Explain that the board has targeted to conduct 20 thousand COVID tests in the entire tournament. The cricketers were tested on the first, third and sixth days. It is being told that the board will cost 10 crores for the coronavirus test. The same cricketers have been allowed to enter Abu Dhabi, Sharjah and Dubai after the completion of their isolation period. Now teams will be able to visit these cities without any restriction.