PCB sets strict COVID-19 protocols, Ramadan cricket in danger


KARACHI: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has set strict COVID-19 SoPs for Ramadan cricket tournaments, ARY News reported. 

Following the details, PCB hasn’t received any request for conducting a Ramadan cricket tournament this year in the metropolis after they issued strict guidelines amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

PCB made it mandatory to establish a bio-secure bubble for players and officials during the Ramadan cricket tournament. Moreover, tournament organizers were supposed to submit a Non-Objection Certificate (NOC) from the respective provincial government.

A fee of PKR 1.5 Million was set for a televised tournament whereas PKR 0.5 Million was set for a non-televised tournament.


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