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IPL 2021: Fans below 16 not allowed entry at Sharjah stadium


While the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has opened the doorways for followers within the second half of the 14th version of the Indian Premier League (IPL) in UAE, there are particular pointers that must be adopted whereas witnessing the video games in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah with a watch on COVID-19.

As per the regulations — additionally shared with the eight franchises — followers going to the Dubai International Cricket Stadium needn’t get a PCR check performed 48 hours previous to entry into the stands, however will want double COVID-19 vaccination proof. The followers should additionally observe all social distancing rules and put on masks at all occasions.

Only these below 12 years are exempted from carrying vaccination proof. Fans have additionally been requested to obtain tickets on cell gadgets to assist in scanning at the gates.

Things are barely totally different in Sharjah with regards to the age of followers allowed entry into stadiums. The minimal age required for entry into the Sharjah Cricket Stadium is 16+ years. While a vaccination report is required, the followers additionally want to hold PCR check outcomes legitimate for not more than 48 hours previous to getting into the venue. A inexperienced standing on the Al Hosn App is a should for these eager to observe the video games.

At the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi, as soon as once more, followers above 16 should carry vaccination proof in addition to PCR check outcomes legitimate not more than 48 hours previous to getting into the venue. Those within the 12-15 age bracket do not want vaccination proof however should carry a PCR check report.

Those below 12 have to be accompanied by adults who’re above 21. Wearing masks at all occasions is obligatory as is sustaining social distance rules. Organisers may even implement temperature checks upon arrival and most significantly, as soon as followers exit the stadium gate, they can not re-enter.

The second half of the 14th version of the Indian Premier League kickstarts with defending champions Mumbai Indians taking over Chennai Super Kings at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium on Sunday.



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