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On Monday, in the IPL-14th season between the bio-bubble, three people, including two KKR players Varun Chakraborty and Sandeep Warrier and Chennai Super Kings bowling coach L Balaji, were found to be Corona positive. After this, questions have started to be raised about the players’ tracking device.
According to media reports, a franchisee has complained to the BCCI about the substandard of the tracking device. This device was made available this time by a Chennai-based company. The franchisees said that they went out of town, stating the device was inferior. When asked for data from his company, the device told him in the bio-bubble determined area.
What is tracking deviceIn the same way, there are many more.
In fact, all the players were given tracking devices to keep an eye on the players staying in the bio bubble area and do not go out of the area that has been set. This device is like a wristband, which players were always required to wear when they got out of the hotel room. This device was helpful in preventing players from being inadvertently breaking the bio bubble. This lets players know which places they have to go to and which places fall under the bio-bubble.
As soon as the players are out of the bio-bubble area, this device will make a sound and the players will be alerted. While the device was attached to the central panel, the board would know which players are violating the bio-bubble. According to sources, this device was not working properly.
UK company provided tracking device in UAE
During the last season of the IPL in the UAE, the UK company provided a tracking device in the form of wristbands. This time a company from Chennai provided this device.
This time 4 corona officers with each team
During the IPL for the first time in the UAE, 1 corona officer was appointed with every team during the IPL, but this time four corona officers were appointed with all the teams to strictly follow the corona protocol, so that Teams should be careful not to follow the rules of bio-bubble.
So, during the IPL, the actions of the corona officer have also come under question due to the Corona officer being infected by three people including KKR players Varun Chakraborty and Sandeep Warrier and Chennai Super Kings bowling coach L Balaji.