Indian cricketers are currently enjoying a 20-day break in England after losing in the ICC World Test Championship (WTC) final against New Zealand in Southampton. After the break, Team India will play a five-match Test series with England from August 4, for which the players will reach the Bio Bubble in London from July 14, and then start preparing for the Test series. Before the Test series, Team India will have to play a three-day warm-up match against Select County XI. Meanwhile, there are reports that Indian team players will be given a second dose of the Kovid-19 vaccine before they enter the Bio Bubble.
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A second dose of Team Kovid-19 vaccine will be given to Team India players on July 7 and 9, according to news agency ANI sources. “The second dose is planned for cricketers and they will be given a second dose of Kovid-19 vaccine on Wednesday and Friday,” the source said.
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The first dose of the Cow Shield vaccine has already been given to an Indian team who have traveled to England. Coveshield is developed by AstraZeneca and Serum Institute of India in India. Players are protected from the AstraZeneca vaccine as this vaccine is administered in England. After seven members of the England cricket team, including three, were found to be coronary-positive, it was increasingly important for the Indian team to vaccinate the players to keep the player safe. The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) had to select an entirely new squad for the limited-overs series against Pakistan starting July 13. Seven members of the England men’s team have been known to be coroners.