Besides, the PCB additionally mentioned that leisure cricket may start with strict adherence to government-issued protocols. All leisure cricket actions had been suspended within the nation on March 17 following the outbreak of COVID-19 within the nation.
“With players’ health and safety at the heart, the board has announced the soft reopening of the National High Performance Centre by allowing only the current Pakistan cricketers to have the first use of the facilities and also gave a go-ahead to recommencement of recreational cricket with strict adherence to government-issued protocols,” the PCB mentioned in a press release.
The Board mentioned all amenities on the NHPC, located in Lahore, shall be made accessible to the elite gamers to assist them put together for the upcoming season starting on September 30.
“The procedures for using the NHPC amenities have been ready following cautious deliberations with the PCB’s Medical and Sports Sciences division to offer a protected and safe setting to elite gamers to assist them put together for the upcoming cricket season, which begins on 30 September.
“In the following section, the PCB will announce protocols beneath which the home cricket competitions shall be held,” it mentioned.
The Board additionally mentioned “gamers is not going to be allowed to make use of saliva throughout web apply” and “should put on masks whereas arriving on the NHPC and bear obligatory temperature checks on the entrance.”
“The gamers shall be required to stroll by way of disinfection gates and prepare at their designated areas solely.
“It was important that we produced these protocols so that our elite players can prepare for the upcoming season in the best possible and safest environment,” PCB Director – High Performance, Nadeem Khan mentioned.
“This is an unprecedented situation which continues to evolve. We are committed to monitoring the situation, while broadening our scope and opening doors for more players on the circuit as we move ahead.”
Nadeem additionally harassed on the necessity to comply with COVID-19 protocols. “We do not management leisure cricket however as the sport’s governing physique in Pakistan, we will request all organisers to make sure that their contributors are strictly adhering to the federal government issued Covid-19 protocols.
“This is of their finest curiosity in addition to their shut ones and cricket. Sport is a wholesome exercise and it wants to remain that method,” he mentioned.
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