South Africa revises its bio-bubble regulations.
South Africa vs. India: According to sources, Cricket South Africa has implemented tight bio-security regulations in collaboration with the BCCI.
However, According to sources Team India’s next tour of South Africa, which starts this month. Would be conducted under rigorous covid standards and in a bio-secure environment.
As long as they are “clinically stable.” A person coming into close or immediate touch in the bubble will not need to be segregated.
He also explained that the management had placed the cricketers in a stringent bio-bubble environment due to the “Omicron variant and high levels of community transmission.”
bio-bubble regulations: “While we explored transitioning from a rigorous BSE. To a managed environment at the end of the third wave. The Omicron variant and high levels of community transmission have required a stringent BSE.” Manjra explained.
Moreover, The first Test will take place on December 26 at Centurion’s Super Sport Park. With the third and final Test set for January 11 at Newlands in Cape Town.
After the Test series, India will play three one-day internationals in South Africa.