IPL: No quarantine is required for player from overseas as it set to resume play in the UAE

The Indian Super League looks to be coming back after BCCI laid out its health and safety protocols earlier today.


None of the international players contending within the IPL will need to isolate yet the established franchise members and families could confront discipline just in case there’s a “bubble breach”, as indicated by the health and safety protocols by the BCCI before the T20 competition which will resume one month from now in the UAE.

The lasting matches of the Indian Premier League, which was discontinued in April after several bio bubble breaches, will now happen in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) from September 19th with the Chennai Super Kings taking on reigning champs Mumbai Indians.

“Breach of any Bio-Secure Environment protocols by franchise members or their families will be subject to disciplinary action by the BCCI,” announced the governing body in its Health and Safety protocols to resume the much-awaited competition.

“In exceptional circumstances, if members within a bubble are required to visit a hospital for investigation and/or treatment, green corridors will be created to avoid close contact with any individuals who are outside their Bio-Secure Bubbles,” it said.

After all safety measures are set, the IPL is expected to see the participation of players from across the world to help resume the competition that was suspended back in May earlier this year due to the bio-bubble being breached by the players and the support staff of the IPL from various franchise contracted the coronavirus during its peak in India.