Australian Cricketers Willing To Get Vaccinated Before Bangladesh Tour
Australian cricketers are willing to get vaccinated before the Bangladesh tour. A statement from Cricket Australia said senior cricketers would be vaccinated before the tour of the West Indies.
Cricket Australia has announced a 23-member preliminary squad for the tour of the West Indies on Monday (May 18). Australia is scheduled to visit Bangladesh after this series. After the Bangladesh series, seven Australian cricketers will go to play in The Hundred League to be held in England.
14 days quarantine is mandatory for entry into England from Bangladesh. Taking the coronavirus vaccine relaxes the quarantine issue when it comes to entering England. That is why Australian cricketers are willing to get vaccinated before the Bangladesh tour.
“We are talking to the government about vaccinating cricketers,” said Ben Gulliver, Cricket Australia’s national team official. But I don’t want to take any extra advantage of the cricketers. ‘
He said a final decision has yet to be made on the Bangladesh tour. Talks are still underway with the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB). If the series is held, it will be Australia’s first tour of Bangladesh in limited-overs cricket since 2011.
The Hundred Tournament in England will feature Glenn Maxwell, David Warner, Aaron Finch, Marcos Stones, Adam Zampa, De Archie Shot, and Xie Richardson. All of them are supposed to be on the Bangladesh tour team. They are going to play The Hundred after the Bangladesh tour.