IPL 2021: CSK vs DC- Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) asked its top council members to show Kovid-19 negative certificate for admission to Wankhede Stadium …
Mumbai. The second match of IPL 2021 will begin between Chennai Super Kings and Delhi Capitals today at 7:30 pm at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. Shukrawar’s first match was played between Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers Bangalore. During the match, the top council members were seen avoiding masks and social distancing. Now the BCCI has issued a strong decree that the top council members will have to show the Kovid-19 negative certificate before being entered to watch the match in Wankhede. The stadium will host 10 matches of the 14th leg of the Indian Premier League.
Kovid-19’s negative report will have to be kept together
MCA Secretary Sanjay Nayak wrote in a note to all his members, ‘Dear Members of the Apex Council. According to the BCCI protocol, the IPL officials at the Wankhede Stadium will be required to show a negative report of the RT-PCR test conducted between 48 hours from the day of the match to attend the matches.
Compulsory even after vaccination
Sachin Sanjay Nayak says that these tests are also mandatory for those who have got vaccinated. This report has to be shown at the time of entering the stadium on each day of the match. He said that therefore you are requested to get yourself tested and you will have to bring this negative report on the day of the match.
First ground staff came negative
At the Wankhede Stadium, 10 ground workers were found to be Kovid-19 positive. Most of which later came to be negative. Thereafter more field workers and a plumber were found to be Kovid-19 positive.
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