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BCCI wants players to get their first dose of vaccine before leaving for England, but will have trouble with the second dose

The Indian cricket team will leave for the World Test Championship final against New Zealand and the series against England on 2 June.

The Cricket Board of India (BCCI) is hopeful that the players touring England will get the first dose of the vaccine (vaccine) against the Corona virus before leaving here, but there may be problems with the second dose. Also Read – IPL 2021 postponed due to four reasons; Why BCCI could not organize a successful event like UAE in India?

However, the BCCI hopes that they, along with the England Cricket Board, can get the UK government to allow Team India to take a second dose in England. Talking to ANI, the board official said, “If all the players get the Covishield vaccine in India, then it will be easy to take its second dose in England because it is the Oxford vaccine.” Also Read – Prasidh Krishna became selector, Corona positive for England tour a day ago

However, it would be difficult for the famous Krishna who was infected with the Corona virus after the postponement of the 14th season of the Indian Premier League to get vaccinated before going to England. Also Read – Tim Seifert will also undergo treatment at the hospital in Corona Positive, Chennai

There are apprehensions that Kovid is 19-positive after Krishna got in touch with his IPL franchise Kolkata Knight Riders player Varun Chakraborty. Chakravarti was infected with Corona virus during IPL.

A BCCI source told PTI, “After recovering from Kovid-19, you can get the vaccine only after a period of time. Even if the celebrities come negative on 18 or 20 May, they will have to wait four weeks for the first vaccine. ”


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