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ICC's guidelines have arrived right after England have begun individual skill based training for its players.ICC's guidelines have arrived right after England have begun individual skill based training for its players.

Appointment of medical officers, 14-day isolation training camps: ICC guidelines for resumption of cricket - Sports News

“Players and umpires should maintain social distancing on the cricket field and that includes no handing over of player items (cap, towels, sunglasses, jumpers) to the umpire or teammates,” read the ICC playing guidelines.“Players and umpires should maintain social distancing on the cricket field and that includes no handing over of player items (cap, towels, sunglasses, jumpers) to the umpire or teammates,” read the ICC playing guidelines.

Players not allowed loo breaks during training, can’t give even cap to umpire: ICC guidelines - cricket - Hindustan Times

Cricket News: The International Cricket Council (ICC) has laid strong emphasis on umpires and match officials in its guidelines for the resumption of cricket, keepiCricket News: The International Cricket Council (ICC) has laid strong emphasis on umpires and match officials in its guidelines for the resumption of cricket, keepi

ICC focuses on umpires, senior officials & elderly support staff's health in SOP for resumption | Cricket News - Times of India

Coronavirus: ICC releases official guidelines for resumption of cricket matches - The COVID-19 outbreak brought all sports activities to a halt, with players practising social distancing and self-isolation during the pandemic.Coronavirus: ICC releases official guidelines for resumption of cricket matches - The COVID-19 outbreak brought all sports activities to a halt, with players practising social distancing and self-isolation during the pandemic.

Coronavirus: ICC releases official guidelines for resumption of cricket matches

The latest updates from the world of cricket with changes to rules and plans of the game’s comeback.The latest updates from the world of cricket with changes to rules and plans of the game’s comeback.

No Saliva on Ball, England Pacers at Nets & India’s Next Series

The ICC has recommended the appointment of Chief Medical Officers and 14-day isolation training camps in its latest guidelines for the resumption of international cricket. The ICC has recommended the appointment of Chief Medical Officers and 14-day isolation training camps in its latest guidelines for the resumption of international cricket.

International cricket has been in suspension because of the pandemic that has claimed more three lakh lives globally. International cricket has been in suspension because of the pandemic that has claimed more three lakh lives globally.

Isolation Training Camps, Gloves for Umpires and Medical Officers: ICC Guidelines Post Coronavirus

The International Cricket Council issued comprehensive guidelines aimed at resumption of cricket around the world while at the same time maintaining the highest safety protocols.The International Cricket Council issued comprehensive guidelines aimed at resumption of cricket around the world while at the same time maintaining the highest safety protocols.

ICC Recommends Gloves For Umpires, CMOs, Isolation Camps For Post-Coronavirus Cricket | Cricket News

It follows news that umpires will not handle players' caps, jumpers or sunglasses and that saliva should not be applied to the ballIt follows news that umpires will not handle players' caps, jumpers or sunglasses and that saliva should not be applied to the ball

No high fives, fist bumps or group celebrations when cricket returns, ICC guidance says 

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