BCCI treasurer Arun Dhumal told Indian Express, “The positive cases took place in a safe place. The players thought it was the safest place in India, but no one could make predictions about this virus. ”
On how the virus burst around the world’s largest T20 league, he said: “The BCCI is concerned and we are trying to find out how it happened. The first case we found out was Varun Chakraborty. He had to go for a scan. We thought he was infected. Then came the second case. Rather than knowing how it happened now, first we all wanted to keep everyone safe and secure.
“Varun Chakraborty may have revealed himself during the scan, but we cannot identify him without verifying the details,” a BCCI official told The Indian Express on Monday.
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BCCI’s standard operating system He said a ‘bubble window’ needs to be created for such hospital visits. According to the IPL ‘Green Channel’ protocol, a player is taken in a vehicle carrying scans outside the bubble, which is in the bubble with the driver, to the hospital in a PPE kit. Attending medical staff wear PPE kits and masks. In the case of the emperor it is unclear whether this protocol was followed.
Following the positive reports of KKR’s Emperor and Sandeep Warrior, CSK’s top executive and bowling coach L Balaji and Kasi Vishwanathan, SRH’s wicketkeeper Wriddhiman Saha, DC’s spinner Amit Mishra and CSK batting coach Michael Hussey also tested positive.
NewsLaundry reported The IPL bubble was breached at the Roshanara Club in New Delhi, where relatives of club staff and club officials were trying to take selfies with Star Indian players while going to use the washrooms.
“A senior DDCA official recently booked a local club ground to visit IPL teams to practice. Relatives of its officers were allowed to watch the practice sessions and some people tried to click selfies with Star Indian players while they were going to use the washrooms, ”the report said.
NDTV reported The ‘tracking device’ worn by players is sometimes misleading. They were purchased from a Chennai-based company that failed to meet standards, the report said. Until last week, food delivery from inside to outside the IPL bubble was allowed, the report said.
In another case where the bubble burst, police on Wednesday arrested two persons for trespassing on fake accreditation cards at the Arun Jaitley Stadium in central Delhi during Saturday’s IPL match between Rajasthan Royals and Sunrisers Hyderabad, police told PTI.
Police said the suspects were unable to give satisfactory answers when asked about their presence in the VIP lounge gallery, after which they were arrested.