Indian Women’s Team Gets First Dose Of COVID-19 Vaccine
The first shot of the COVID-19 vaccination has been given to all members of the Indian women’s cricket team ahead of their forthcoming away series against England, which begins on June 16.
UK-bound Indian women’s team gets first dose of COVID-19 vaccine https://t.co/F5wYTWhJ5d
— The Tribune (@thetribunechd) May 28, 2021
The Indian Squad
The Indian Team, which is presently quarantined in Mumbai, will kick off their England tour on June 16 with a one-off Test in Bristol. Three One-Day Internationals (ODIs) and as many Twenty20 Internationals (T20Is) will follow.
“All the players of the women’s team have got their first dose of vaccination. Most of them got it in their respective cities, while a few who didn’t, got their first jabs on Thursday,”
All members of the Indian women’s cricket team have been administered the first dose of the #COVID19 vaccine, and will be administered the second dose by the UK health department.
— Sportstar (@sportstarweb) May 28, 2021
Deepti Sharma, an all-rounder, posted a photograph of herself taking the jab on Twitter.
“Though I am a little scared of needles, but I still got myself vaccinated today. I urge people to please get vaccinated as soon as they can! #GotTheDose #We4Vaccine #CovidVaccine,” she tweeted
The majority of the players received Covishield vaccine, according to the source, and the UK health department will deliver their second dose.
Kohli, Mohammed Shami, Ajinkya Rahane, Cheteshwar Pujara, Umesh Yadav, Ishant Sharma, Jasprit Bumrah, and Rishabh Pant are among the Indian men’s team members who have received the first dose of COVID-19 vaccine at various locations around the country following this
In England, the players should receive their second dose of Covishield.
WTC Final In Southampton
On June18, India’s men’s squad will compete in the World Test Championship final in Southampton before facing England in a five-match series.