Sydney: Players participating in the upcoming Big Bash League will not have a mini bar in their hotel rooms with Cricket Australia (CA), aiming to reduce communication between staff and cricketers to reduce the risk of Kovid-19 infection.
The ‘BBL Hub’ will be set up in hotels for all partners of the league to reduce exposure to the outside world during the league, starting December 10.
Aside from any mini-bar facility, the Sydney Morning Herald reports that participants will only be allowed access to areas of the ‘hub’ reserved for their team.
The CA has argued that if the mini-bar is allowed, it could result in interaction between hotel staff and players rather than restoring it.
The paper reports that ‘hub’ residents can go to the shops to buy essential items. Housekeeping staff swatch. They are not even allowed to be in the room when it comes to doing.
The biological bubble has become a fixture, especially in T20 leagues, to combat the epidemic. The players and officials who participated in the IPL had to be in a strict biological bubble for three months.
However, the Kovid-19 situation is better in Australia than most countries. The ongoing series between India and Australia is being played in the presence of fans.
Audience attendance for the final T20 match in Sydney on Tuesday could also see the full house with the local government relaxing the restrictions.


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