IPL 2020: Not 36 hours, Cummins-Morgan’s have to Stay in Quarantine for 7 days!

However, this rule does not apply to Cummins-Morgan-Banton. Three KKR cricketers in Gero, Abu Dhabi's Kovid Protocol.

KKR Isolation

New Delhi: IPL 2020 Latest Updates: Three cricketers of Kolkata Knight Riders – England’s Eoin Morgan, Tom Banton and Australia’s Pat Cummins – arrived in Abu Dhabi on Thursday night after finishing the England-Australia ODI series. Wednesday was the last match of the one-day series against Australia on English soil. The Cummins-Morgans joined the night camp on Thursday night after playing that match.

The cricketers of England and Australia got the good news as soon as they reached Amirshahi. They do not have to go to the mandatory 7-day quarantine. BCCI president Sourav Ganguly has made their request. The 7-day quarantine is now at 36 hours. Covid will be tested more than once. If the Corona test results are negative, they will be able to enter the biological safety zone and join the team. However, this rule does not apply to Cummins-Morgan-Banton. Three KKR cricketers in Gero, Abu Dhabi’s Kovid Protocol.

Of the 21 cricketers from England, 18 are in Dubai, leaving them with only a 36-hour quarantine. But Abu Dhabi’s Covid protocol is quite strict. When you come from outside, there is a 14-day quarantine mast. However, the three KKR cricketers in Abu Dhabi will have to undergo a seven-day compulsory quarantine by the BCCI.

Kolkata Knight Riders, however, will start their campaign in the IPL on September 23. Opponent Rohit Sharma’s Mumbai Indians. Cummins’ six-day isolation episode ends on the 22nd. In that case, Morgan-Cummins should not have a problem getting on the field in the first match.

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