The Hero Caribbean Premier League players, officials, and administrators have arrived in Trinidad and Tobago, and are tested on arrival. All 162 members of the party who traveled into Trinidad has tested negative for the COVID virus.
They will now be kept in quarantine within the official hotel for 14 days during which era they’re going to be tested regularly. If any member of the party is found to possess contracted the virus they’re going to be far away from the hotel and placed in further isolation in accordance with the present protocols in Trinidad & Tobago, but as of now all those that have arrived in Trinidad & Tobago are free from COVID-19.
Michael Hall, Tournament Operations Director, said: ?It has been a huge effort by all involved to urge everyone safely into Trinidad & Tobago and that we would really like to thank everyone for his or her diligence and diligence. Our main priority is the health and well-being of all those involved in CPL and therefore, the wider population within the host country, to possess got through this initiative with none cases is encouraging news, but we’ll remain vigilant.?
The tournament gets underway on 18 August and can see 33 games played at two venues in Trinidad. The primary match will see last year?s runners-up, the Guyana Amazon Warriors, combat the Trinbago?Knight Riders.?The?Finale will happen on 10 September.