England and Wales Cricket Board allow cricketers to go to beach and play golf at the Ashes Tour

This is the first time after COVID-19, cricketers can go to the beach and play golf under protocols agreed upon in the upcoming series.

This is the first time after COVID-19, England cricketers will be allowed to go to the beach and play golf under protocols agreed for the upcoming Ashes Tour, which Cricket  Australia chief Nick Hockley confirms on Monday. But it was never seriously in danger. This tour has been given “conditional approval” to the trip after consult with the Australian board. Hockley said that the time has come that both teams should be able to live normal lives in public, within the region, during the five-Test long series which is slated to start in Brisbane on December 8.
“Our protocols are very deliberate to ensure people have a great experience and also a good quality of life,” said Hockley to the Sydney Daily Telegraph. “It’s not about going to big crowded places, but surely when they’re on tour, we’re hoping  people to be able to have a round of golf, people to go to the beach and have a nice meal sitting outside.”
In giving the tour ahead still some unspecified issue to resolve them. But Nick Hockley said this was simply about allocating visas, along with ongoing biosecurity discussions. The first Test between the old arch of Australia and England is set for action at Brisbane on December 8. Teams then lead to Adelaide, Melbourne, and Sydney, before the final matches of the series in Perth.