Local health authorities have eased health restrictions to allow cricketers participating in the inaugural Lanka Premier League (LPL) to begin ‘small cluster training’ sessions from day four of their mandatory seven-day quarantine period–a major deviation from the earlier policy of strict 14 days complete isolation.
The Bangladesh Test series, which was scheduled for last month, had even been cancelled because health authorities had insisted on this 14-day quarantine. But, with cricket being played under bio-secure environments around the globe, they finally relented in favour of a “sensible” set of regulations.
Source: Cricket – Island Cricket