UAE and Oman are set to host the T20 World Cup 2021 from 17th October 2021. There are currently 16 teams who are expected to participate in this mega cricket match. Between these teams, 45 matches will be played, including the final.
SOPs & Rules for ICC T20 WC 2021
According to the ICC, a dos and don’ts list for 2021 T20 World Cup participants, players, staff, and management has been issued as a result of Covid-19 restrictions, protocols, and SoPs. These instructions and guidelines apply to all those involved with the T20 World Cup in 2021.
T20 World Cup 2021 SOPs
The T20 World Cup 2021 is being moved to UAE and Oman due to the Pandemic Situations in India. There is still a pandemic, though, and infected team members are still at risk. There is a list of Sop’s Don’ts issued by the International Cricket Council in this regard.
The presence of family members is not permitted
Formerly, Game T20 World Cup Players could bring their families to the stadium to watch them play. In spite of this, pandemics have changed quite a bit. Everyone in the bio-secure bubble is prohibited from meeting their family members. Just following these instructions is necessary for the bio-bubble’s security. To prevent outsiders from transmitting viruses to team players.
Quarantine of seven days
Before joining the team, all players will undergo a seven-day quarantine period. To reduce the risk of virus transmission, ICC uses these measures.
Ensure safe passages
Players and staff will use safe passages to avoid contact with outsiders in order to maintain a healthy and secure environment. The ICC takes this step to ensure that players don’t come into contact with other people.
Change of Jersey
A player should change his jersey at once if he touches the jersey of another.
Using Bubble to Bubble Transfers
In the T20 World Cup, shuttle buses will transfer participants from the hotels to the fields. Intact bio-secure bubbles should always be maintained.
Media Persons Are Not Allowed
T20 World Cup Players are not allowed to meet and visit media personnel. A virtual press conference will be held with the players.
The ball must not be spit on
Bowlers used to spit on the ball to remove any hard surfaces. The ICC, however, has prohibited bowlers from spitting on the ball due to the possibility of transmitting diseases through saliva.
Rooms at the hotel are not reserved for meeting guests
There will be a bi-secure zone at any hotel where T20 World Cup team members live during their stay. There is also an additional restriction on meeting any other guest outside the bio-secure bubble. The hotel does not know whether outside guests can carry the virus.
No one other than team members is allowed to enter the restricted area where they will be staying. Taking these steps merely serves as a safety precaution for players in the T20 World Cup.
To ensure a safe and healthy environment, players and staff are required to follow the biosecure bubble. Management must be informed if there is a Bio-Bubble Breach. To ensure everyone’s safety while using Bio-Bubble.