West Bengal government allows 75% of the audience to watch the exciting shortest-format series of India vs West Indies. As per the restrictions and limitations imposed by BCCI, all three T20I games will be played in Kolkata at the Eden Gardens.
As per the reports of PTI, the state government on Monday has allowed 75 per cent of the capacity of the respective venue in all the indoor and outdoor sporting activities in the state. Around 50,000 fans and viewers will be expected to watch the exciting game of their beloved India against the in-form West Indies.
PTI reported that Avishek Dalmiya, the president of the Cricket Association of Bengal felt thankful to the state government for allowing the fans to watch the game of cricket live, in these critical times of the COVID-19 pandemic. CAB hosted their last game for India in November 2021 where India was crowned the series winner under the captaincy of Rohit Sharma. The situation was under control and the bio-bubble measures were followed with responsible security at service. The local tournaments are also going to be started soon as CAB looks forward to resuming the local leagues and tournaments for its state by following all the COVID-19 protocols.
CAB has also been witnessed campaigning various COVID vaccination programs, where the association organized to help the players of age 15 to 18 years old to take their first dose of vaccination.