ICC says Team India will have a regular quarantine before the final of the World Test Championship

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has said that India are in a restricted position before the final of the World Test Championships. However, the ICC did not specify how long Team India should remain in the strict current. The team, led by Virat Kohli, will leave India on June 2 for the WTC Final and England tour. Currently, the India team is completing a period of separation in Mumbai.

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The final of the World Test Championships will be played between the two teams at the WTC Point Table from June 18 to 22 at the Aegis Bowl in Southampton. According to the ICC’s release, ‘The UK Government has been exempted from the Program of Health Care (Coronavirus, International Travel and Operational Accountability) (England) Regulation 2021 issued on 17 May 2021’. “Upon arrival, the team will travel directly from the airport to the hotel in the Hampshire Aegis Bowl, where they will be recalled before a systematic quarantine is launched,” the statement said.

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However, the ICC release did not specify how long the team would have to stay in Southampton on a tough day. For the New Zealand team, the ECB (England and Wales Cricket Board) has instituted a strict three-day quarantine, after which players have the opportunity to practice. Players will be regularly displayed during cornering. The Indian team will leave for Britain with six negative reports of RT-PCR testing during a 14-day separation in Mumbai.

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