The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) announced on Friday. CA, the ECB, and the Australian authorities had spent many months negotiating travel conditions in a country. Where international travelers must be isolated in quarantine hotels for 14 days, regardless of their COVID19 vaccination status.
“To facilitate further progress and allow a squad to be selected. The ECB Board has met today and given its approval for the tour to go ahead. This decision is subject to several critical conditions being met before we travel,” the ECB said in a statement.
“Over recent weeks we have made excellent progress in moving forward on the England Men‘s Ashes Tour. To facilitate further progress and allow a squad to be selecting. The ECB Board has met today and given its approval for the tour to go ahead. This decision is subject to several critical conditions being met before we travel,” the ECB said in a statement.
“We look forward to the ongoing assistance from Cricket Australia in resolving these matters in the coming days.”
England captain Joe Root had also previously expressed doubts about the tour due to “bubble fatigue”.
An important issue was whether family members. Could come to see the English players in Australia during Christmas and New Year. In fact, the country’s borders are closes to non-citizens and non-permanent residents.
Australian media reported that authorities are offering England players, staff. And families the use of a Gold Coast resort in the state of Queensland. For quarantine before the opening test begins on December 8 in Brisbane.
Families arriving during the holiday season can stay at a resort in Yarra Valley. On the outskirts of Melbourne, before Boxing Day tryouts begin on December 26, the Sydney Morning Herald reported Tuesday.
The tour will raise around $ 200 million ($ 146.14 million)for Cricket Australia‘s coffers.
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