Kings XI Punjab Owner said more vigorously in the bio-bubble
It is not a big deal to be found corona positive
Kings XI Punjab owner Ness Wadia said about the transition to coronavirus, that it is not a big deal for players to be found corona positive. He said that this is a period of transition and it is most important to take precautions. Ness Avadia stated that- “The CSK incident told us that it can happen to anyone. We are all taking precautions but still, we should follow bio-bubble protocol more strictly. We should take care that only those people who are part of the bio-bubble are very important. ”
Ness said no decision to go to UAE
Ness Wadia said that he is still in India and has not yet decided to go to UAE. He also said that he does not interact much with the players. He said that he has spoken twice to team coach Anil Kumble and asked what is going on. He also said that he feels more comfortable talking to the team through the Zoom Meeting or any other online medium. Ness Wadia also said about coronavirus infection that infection can occur in any team and hence prevention is very important.
strictly required in the bio-bubble protocol
Ness Wadia said about the bio-bubble protocol that it is very important during the transition period. He has supported this and said that bio-bubble should be more stringent. He said that movement out of the bio-bubble can spoil the entire protocol and system. Therefore it is very important that this rule is followed. Citing the example of the Europe Football League, Ness Wadia said that there were many cases of coronavirus in the Football League as well. Even NBA players were found to be positive with coronaviruses.
Let us know that during the IPL match, the players have to do a photoshoot as well as spend time with the marketing staff, in such a situation, it is very important that the players and officials take precaution in view of the infection of the virus. According to BCCI sop, it is also very important that the number of staff and match officials outside the team should be kept to a minimum.