No Bio-secure Bubble in West Indies Tour of Pakistan 2022
Any international tournament in the field of sports means there is a corona resistant bio-bubble. This was the only way to keep players free of Covid-19 due to the coronavirus epidemic. But this time the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) wants to get out of that bio-bubble practice, West Indies will tour Pakistan in June 2022 to play a three-match ODI series. The PCB does not want to put any kind of bio-bubble in that tour. This has been reported by various media in Pakistan.
They said the PCB had already sent a proposal to the West Indies Cricket Board. It has been said that cricketers do not have to be in the bio-bubble. They have to be like themselves. You don’t even have to do any corona test. However, if a cricketer does not show any symptoms, then there is no release. You don’t have to take the test. And if the corona is infected, you have to stay in isolation for five days.
The latest PCB tournament in Pakistan’s domestic cricket is running without bio-bubble. So far no cricketer has been attacked there. The incidence of corona in the country has also come down significantly. That is why the PCB does not want to put any kind of bio-bubble in the West Indies series. Pakistan will not even keep a bio-bubble in any of the next tournaments at home.
Meanwhile, a few days ago, the ICC, the highest governing body of world cricket, said that the countries would be able to adapt the corona protocol of the bilateral series to their liking. No ICC permission is required for this. That is why the PCB is working to get rid of the bio-bubble system first of all.