With govt lifting limits in phased manner amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Board of Command for Cricket in India (BCCI) has also started the system of acquiring Normal Operation Strategies (SOP) desired to be adopted the moment cricketing functions resume in the region.
All cricketing routines have been on a standstill since March next the outbreak of novel coronavirus which has so much claimed additional than 8000 life in the country.
BCCI program SOP in accordance to vacation and health and fitness advisories issued by the governing administration
BCCI GM Cricket Functions Saba Karim said the SOPs will be created by the office environment bearers maintaining in intellect the vacation and overall health advisories issued by the governing administration in the times to come.
“We are preparing and doing the job on the SOP. It all depends on the vacation and the wellness advisories. We have not shared any round as of now. And it will be completed by the administration and the BCCI officer bearers in thanks study course of time,” Karim explained to IANS.
BCCI President Sourav Ganguly has also penned to president/secretaries of all affiliated associates of the board in which he said that they are in the procedure of producing a COVID-19 SOP taking the aid of healthcare experts.
“The COVID-19 virus is really contagious and BCCI has taken cognisance of the exact same. The BCCI is in the method of developing a COVID-19 Conventional Operation Strategies (SOP) for all point out cricket associations,” Ganguly wrote in his letter, in possession of IANS.
“Primarily this SOP is remaining manufactured with a view of giving our members with a regular established of guidelines which will help the associations to resume cricket in their respective regions. The BCCI has engaged medical specialists for the drafting of this SOP,” he added.
All other sporting federations in the region had arrive out with the respective SOPs when the governing administration eased out limitations and allowed instruction underneath Lockdown 4 on Could 17.