Amid growing concerns about the viability of the Indian Premier League, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI)’s interim CEO Hemang Amin – who is also the COO of the IPL – has written to all the players and the support assuring them of complete safety inside the bubble.
“In order to allay any apprehensions and concerns, we are further strengthening our bio-secure environments to keep everyone involved in the tournament safe and healthy. Recently, we increased testing in our bio-bubbles to be extra vigilant. Instead of the stipulated test every five days, we now conduct a test every two days,” Amin wrote in the letter, which Sportstar has seen.
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While the testing will be increased, the Board also stated that players won’t be permitted to use food deliveries from outside the designated hotels anymore….