UAE To Issue Visas To Players And Broadcasting Crew
The PCB stated that the UAE authorities have granted visas to 25 Indian nationals who are members of the broadcasting team, allowing them to travel from India to Abu Dhabi.
The PCB Filed For UAE Visas
The Board had filed for UAE visas for 370 people, including players, officials, and broadcasters, and announced that all visas have now been awarded through the Emirates Cricket Board, with the exception of one or two situations.
Seven-day Quarantine For Indian And South Africans
The UAE authorities have enforced a minimum seven-day quarantine period mandatory for Indians and South Africans because both countries are on the red-list of various countries due to a high number of COVID-19 infections afterwards they will be able to begin their work following stringent Standard Operating Procedures.
Traveling From Johannesburg to the UAE
Visas have also been given for 26 South Africans, including players and technical personnel, to travel from Johannesburg to the United Arab Emirates.
South Africans Players
Faf du Plessis, David Miller, Rilee Rousseau, Cameron Delport, Michael Smith, and Herschelle Gibbs are among the South African contingent.
“All the players, officials and crew which check into their hotels by 2.00.P.M on 27th May would have been considered to have started their isolation period,” the Board said.
The Remaining 20 Matches
The PCB is sending 233 players and staff from all six PSL franchises on chartered planes to play in the remaining 20 matches, After being separated for three days in hotels in Karachi and Lahore, the players, officials, and Board personnel have cleared two COVID-19 tests.
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PSL – 6 In Abu Dhabi
After the tournament was forced to be postponed in early March in Karachi because to mounting COVID-19 instances among franchise players and officials, the PCB chose to stage the remaining 20 matches of the PSL-6 in Abu Dhabi.