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The third Test is being played in Sydney between India and Australia. The 4-match series is currently 1–1. The fourth Test is to be played in Brisbane from 15 January.

The BCCI and the Queensland Government have become increasingly concerned about the fourth Test match between India and Australia to be held in Brisbane. The board is demanding relaxation of strict quarantine rules for Indian players. While the Queensland government does not appear to be in any mood to take any concession in the case.

Following the BCCI’s letter, the Queensland Government on Friday said Indian players would have to strictly follow the Quarantine rules in Brisbane. The Health Department of Queensland said that if there is a test in Brisbane, then the players of Team India will be given permission to train and play only. The rest of the time they will have to spend in their hotel rooms.

Brisbane is in the Queensland province of Australia. According to the protocol there, the players of the team will be allowed to meet the players on one floor only during the quarantine. No staff including players can move to the second floor.

Rules same for all

According to the Health Department, because of Corona, Sydney has been declared a hotspot, so everyone must follow the rules to protect the people of Queensland. They are quarantined when any team arrives from the hotspot. These rules are not just for Team India. The Australian team and other sports players will also have to go through this rule.

Permission will be given to the audience according to the situation

The Queensland Health Department said, ‘We are committed to protecting the people here. Permission for the entry of spectators in the stadium will be given by looking at the Kovid Safe Site Plan there. They will be given entry in the stadium only if Corona is not in danger. We have put in place a variety of codes for sports in Queensland. ‘

CA agreed to follow strict quarantine rules

According to the Health Department, the Chief Health Officer of Queensland on Wednesday approved the CAVID Safe and Quarantine Plan. The CA plan was well looked after. The Australian Board understands the compulsion to perform strict quarantine. They have also given us confidence that they will follow the rules during the fourth Test.

3 day lockdown in Brisbane due to threat of new strain

Due to the increasing cases of Corona in Sydney, all surrounding provinces have sealed their respective boundaries. Also, all those coming from Sydney are being quarantined for 14 days. Brisbane also imposed a 3-day lockdown in view of the threat of new strains. In such a situation, suspense remains on the fourth test.

The BCCI sought a written response from the CA

Earlier, the BCCI on Thursday wrote a letter to Cricket Australia (CA) seeking exemption from strict quarantine rules for Indian players for the Test to be held in Brisbane from 15 January. The board official had said that if the series was to be completed, they would have to accept it. Also asked to give approval in writing.

BCCI reminds CA of agreement reached before tour

The board official said CA Earl Edding was reminded of the agreement signed prior to the tour, stating there was no need to follow strict rules 2 times. The official told the news agency that CA was being talked to. Team India has already followed strict Quarantine protocol in Sydney. Now what is the need to do this in Brisbane?

BCCI conditions in letter to CA

Get permission to meet each other: The board said that the players should be allowed to enter each other’s rooms in the hotel. It was also followed in IPL. Along with this, they should also be allowed to have dinner and team meetings with each other.

Bio-bubble should be in IPL style: The official said that Team India wants bio-bubble in IPL style. According to the quarantine rules in the current Test being played in Sydney, Indian players have to go to the hotel directly after the match. Now CA relax and agree to this rule.

Team was in strict quarantine after IPL

Team India, who arrived in Sydney from UAE after the IPL, had to follow strict quarantine rules at that time as well. The players of the team were not even allowed to enter each other’s rooms. Security officers were deployed on the floor to monitor this.

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