ICC and CWI to verify Covid-19 management and Security plan of BCB

The two-member inspection team of Cricket West Indies arrived in Bangladesh on Saturday (28 November). To assess the Covid-19 management of the Bangladesh Cricket Board and security arrangements ahead of their upcoming series. The West Indies January 2021 consists of three Tests, three ODIs and two T20Is.

Dr. Akshi Mansingh (a member of the ICC and CWI Medical Panel as well as a CWI Director) and Paul Slowey (Safety and Security Manager) arrived in Dhaka. To evaluate them, which will run until 3 December. Team is suggested to travel in Chattogram. Also, BCB plans to have Zahoor Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium as another option for the series.

“CWI seems visiting soon to check out the Covid-19 management and security plan ahead of their scheduled tour in January”. BCB Cricket Operations president Akram Khan confirmed on Saturday.

The BCB, taking its first steps towards resuming international cricket in the country. Submitted a comprehensive COVID-19 management plan to its West Indian counterparts for approval. CWI President Ricky Skerritt said that his team wanted to ensure. That the BCB was following the recognized health protocols that the West Indies team had experienced in England.

As per the team Covid-19 trial will take place today and begin its inspection. Subject to the approval of the Health Management of Coronovirus.

Also Read: Bangladesh Cricket Board, Covid-19 seven-days quarantine plan for West Indies players

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