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Start of Pandemic and Bio Secure Bubble
Ever since the global pandemic, COVID-19 has hit the world, it has had a major effect on the world’s sports. We’ve seen some big global events being canceled due to a novel coronavirus at the start of 2020. All of the committees of the world’s sports were clueless as to how the game would continue with the extreme threat of a pandemic.
Then came the idea of a “Bio secure bubble” which slightly eased the pressure of continuing the sports. Strict restrictions and fatigue of bio secure bubble among players created a lot of mess and players were extremely disturbed because of this.
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Restoration after Continuous Struggle
After struggling for two and a half years, the cases of coronavirus started decreasing around the globe and now, the bio secure bubble is no more a headache in many countries.
With the decline of covid cases in the country too, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has now announced that there would be no restriction on the Bio secure bubble for players, in all the home series. Also, there would be no COVID testing of players who’ll come to play in the green land.
Home series of Pakistan
Pakistan has a jam-packed schedule of home series, in which the Sri Lanka Women’s team will arrive in Pakistan after that West Indies would tour cricket-loving nation for 3 ODI’s, and later the year, England and New Zealand will also come for limited over series.
In this regard, the end covid restrictions would be a sign of relief for many players and the Pakistani authorities as well. Let’s see how these series go with a full jam-packed crowd in the stadium enjoying the full-fledged return of International cricket to the country.