Players and staff playing in the first episode of ‘The Hundred’ are requested to refrain from visiting shops, pubs and restaurants during the tournament, as organizers seek to prevent the spread of COVID-19 infection. According to the ESPN Cricinfo report, each team has been assigned a Kovid compliance officer to avoid the risk of the entire team going into quarantine.
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The UK government is set to unleash Kovid-19 sanctions from Monday. However, the provisions of the Positive Case Act will continue until August 16, in which the Positive Person’s close contacts must be quarantined for 10 days. According to the report, players and support staff involved in ‘The Hundred’ were told that they would not have to stay in the team’s hotel every night for a month-long tournament, but would avoid visiting those places. Where the risk of infection is high.
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It includes shops, restaurants and pubs. In addition, they need to reduce social contact with the people attending the tournament. Earlier this week, England and Wales cricket chief executive Tom Harrison said there was no strict biological bubble for the upcoming Test series between India and England, despite reports of Kovid-19 positives in both teams.