CPL 2020: 162 Members Tested COVID Negative

162-member CPL personnel traveling to Trinidad and Tobago tested negative for COVID-19. The primary focus of the tournament beginning on August 18 is to safeguard the public health, as stated by the Operations Director of CPL.

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162 CPL members tested COVID negative

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A CPL media release informed that 162 members comprising players, support staff, match officials and administrators travelling to Trinidad and Tobago as part of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) contingent tested negative for COVID-19. One Jamaican tested positive who was training with two others so all three were not allowed to board the flight. Apart from this, there was one coach too who could not travel for being COVID-19 positive.

“If any member of the party is found to have contracted the virus they will be removed from the hotel and placed in further isolation in accordance with the current protocols in Trinidad and Tobago, but as of now all those who have arrived in Trinidad and Tobago are free from COVID-19,” the release said.

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All to be in 14-day quarantine

Reportedly everyone was tested 72 hours prior to the travel to Trinidad and Tobago. They will be in quarantine now for next 14 days in the official hotel and tested regularly. The tournament will run between August 19 and September 10 and 33 games will be played at two venues in Trinidad. Pravin Tamre, the 48-year-old from Mumbai will be the first Indian cricketer to be featured in Caribbean Premier League for Trinbago Knight Riders.

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Michael Hall, the Operations Director for Caribbean Premier League explained that the priority of the organizers to ensure the safety of those involved in the league and also the population of the host country. “Our main priority is the health and wellbeing of all those involved in CPL and the wider population in the host country, to have got through this first step without any cases is encouraging news, but we will remain vigilant.”

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162-member CPL personnel traveling to Trinidad and Tobago tested negative for COVID-19. The primary focus of the tournament beginning on August 18 is to safeguard the public health, as stated by the Operations Director of CPL.
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162 CPL members tested COVID negative

A CPL media release informed that 162 members comprising players, support staff, match officials and administrators travelling to Trinidad and Tobago as part of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) contingent tested negative for COVID-19. One Jamaican tested positive who was training with two others so all three were not allowed to board the flight. Apart from this, there was one coach too who could not travel for being COVID-19 positive. “If any member of the party is found to have contracted the virus they will be removed from the hotel and placed in further isolation in accordance with the current protocols in Trinidad and Tobago, but as of now all those who have arrived in Trinidad and Tobago are free from COVID-19,” the release said.
Also Read: IPL 2020: CSK Players to Travel to Dubai Without Families

All to be in 14-day quarantine

Reportedly everyone was tested 72 hours prior to the travel to Trinidad and Tobago. They will be in quarantine now for next 14 days in the official hotel and tested regularly. The tournament will run between August 19 and September 10 and 33 games will be played at two venues in Trinidad. Pravin Tamre, the 48-year-old from Mumbai will be the first Indian cricketer to be featured in Caribbean Premier League for Trinbago Knight Riders.
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Michael Hall, the Operations Director for Caribbean Premier League explained that the priority of the organizers to ensure the safety of those involved in the league and also the population of the host country. “Our main priority is the health and wellbeing of all those involved in CPL and the wider population in the host country, to have got through this first step without any cases is encouraging news, but we will remain vigilant.”
Also Read: Ravindra Jadeja Ready for ‘Whistle Podu’, Shares the Countdown Post for IPL 2020
Stay updated with all the cricketing action, follow Cricadium on Facebook, Twitterand Instagram