The England Cricket Board recently decided to cancel the stringent bio-bubble policy of the upcoming India and England Test series. Such a decision has been made because prolonged stay in such an environment affects the mental health of players. But former Indian opener Akash Chopra has objected. Anash has said that if anything is unpleasant, it will have a bad effect on the series as happened before the England and Pakistan series.
On his YouTube channel, Akash said, ‘They’re saying it’s a simple bubble which means it’s not a hardened bubble and if it isn’t, the virus is easily accessible. I’m a little worried now about what’s going to happen. He said, ‘It’s true that these biological bubbles are emptying. But what does this mean for the series? In the series against Pakistan, you saw cases come up in your team and you put a new team on the field, which also won. But God forbid something like this in Test matches.
Current commentator Akash Chopra feels that any player can be a ‘super spreader’. He said, ‘You’ve opened up a whole country, you can be a super spreader, you’re going to really spread it to the world. You’re letting a whole bunch of matches, that don’t get behind closed doors. Corona cases have previously been found in an Indian camp in England. Team wicketkeeper batsman Rishabh Pant and coach assistant Dayanand Gharani have been infected with corona and are currently isolated.