West Indies cricket bodies approve the ‘bio-secure’ test tour of England

The cricket board of west indies has ratified for England to play three test matches in a biosecure environment, if the tests will be approved by the government of the UK, there will be a resumption in the international cricket that was halted because of the COVID 19 pandemic across the globe.

To answer the whole situation of the approval for resumption of international cricket, Cricket West Indies said in a statement, “the board gave approval for the proposal of the test series tour of England in West Indies. The decision only comes after CWI medical and cricket representatives along with the advisors have been involved in a detailed discussion with England and Wales Cricket Board and their public and private health advisors.

The ECB has called for two venues for the conduction of the test series that will be taking place on the 8th of July which is, Hampshire Ageas bowl and Lacanshire’s old Trafford and both places have on-site hotels as well.

One of the officials of CWI said in a statement that, “ CWI’s management is now in the process of seeking to put all approvals and logistic in place within the Caribbean and seeking permission from the various national government to facilitate the movement of the players and the staff by the use of private charter planes and medical screening and testing for COVID 19 of the members of touring party”.