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Vivo IPL 2021: The Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) on Saturday asked all the members of its Apex Council to bring the covid-negative reports in order to enter the Wankhede Stadium amid the surge in the cases of Covid-19. 

Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium will host 10 matches in the fourteenth edition of the Indian Premier League. The first one of those will be between Chennai Super Kings and Delhi Capitals on 10th April.

“Dear Apex Council members. As per BCCI’s protocol, all the officials who would be attending the IPL 2021 matches at Wankhede Stadium are required to produce a Negative report of RT-PCR test conducted within 48 hours of the matchday,” MCA secretary Sanjay Naik, wrote in a note to all the members.

The note further stated that the Covid-negative report is mandatory for all the officials even if you are already vaccinated.

“Hence you are requested to get yourself tested at your end and carry the negative report to the stadium on match day.”

Earlier before the IPL 2021 opener, Wankhede’s 10 Groundstaff and six event managers were tested covid positive. Later two more working members of the Stadium found to be covid positive.

The Maharastra government has imposed a serious curfew in the state from 8 PM to 7 AM.

As of now, the state is recording over 39,000 covid positive cases per day and the total tally has breached the previous records. In the last 24 hours India has found 1,45,000 covid positive cases.

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