AUS vs ENG: Vigilant with the latest Kovid-19 variant, various states in Australia have introduced new travel restrictions. To this extent strict restrictions are being enforced at many airports.
Ashes: All countries are on high alert as the Kovid-19 Omicron variant has already been launched in several countries. Key tournaments in some countries have already been postponed. In this context, India is also preparing to postpone the South Africa tour. However, there are rumors that the upcoming Ashes series will also be in jeopardy. However, Ashley Giles, managing director of the England cricket team, said there would be no such situation in the Ashes series.
“We clearly hope that the new variant will not have an impact on this series. Our families are undergoing many changes along the way. We make it clear that it does not affect us. But nothing in our hands. We hope the two governments will make the right decision in this matter, “said Giles.
Vigilant with the latest Kovid-19 variant, various states in Australia have introduced new travel restrictions. To this extent strict restrictions are being enforced at many airports. “I know things can change. We hope the changes are positive as we continue in the series, but we’ll be familiar with several Kovid variants over the last two years, ”Giles said.
“Can we all be prepared? We have to travel around different states even during quarantine times. We have to travel with our families in situations like this. With this, our first priority is to make sure that the families stay and the players are happy. We will make all efforts for this, ”he added. The Ashes series kicks off on December 8 in Gabba, Brisbane.
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