COVID ‘negative’ report needed to witness IPL games in Wankhede


The Mumbai Cricket Association has requested its Apex Council members to produce a COVID-19 adverse certificates in order to enter the Wankhede stadium, which can host 10 matches of the 14th version of the Indian Premier League. The first sport on the iconic stadium in South Mumbai will likely be held on Saturday night when Chennai Super Kings sq. off with Rishabh Pant led Delhi Capitals.

“Dear Apex Council members. As per BCCI’s protocol, all the officials who would be attending the IPL 2021 matches at Wankhede Stadium are required to produce a Negative report of RT-PCR test conducted within 48 hours of the match day,” MCA secretary Sanjay Naik, wrote in a observe to all of the members.

“The assessments are obligatory even for many who have been vaccinated. The report may have to be produced on the time of entry to the stadium on every match day.

“Hence you are requested to get yourself tested at your end and carry the negative report to the stadium on match day.”

In the construct up to the IPL, 10 groundsmen on the Wankhede stadium had examined optimistic for COVID, however most of them had later examined adverse.

Then two extra groundsmen, and a plumber had examined optimistic for COVID-19.

Maharashtra and it is capital Mumbai are worst affected by the infectious illness and the state authorities has imposed weekend lockdown.

Mumbai’s COVID-19 case depend has crossed the 5 lakh mark with 9,200 new instances on Friday, whereas the dying toll rose to 11,909 as 35 sufferers died.




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