The sixth edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) will start on February 20 next month. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has announced NCOC-approved SOPs for 20% of spectators in the sixth edition of the PSL. According to a statement issued by the PCB. Visitors to the stadium will have to strictly abide by the SOPs and the code of conduct.
The following are the SOPs approved by the NCOC.
- Avoid touching the face and nose.
- Spitting is prohibited inside the stadium.
- Masks must be worn while sitting in the stadium, while masks will also be available in the stadium
- code of conduct
- You will not be allowed to enter the stadium without a mask.
- Enter the stadium and cover your face with a mask while sitting on the seat.
- Get complete information about the entrance to your stands from the stadium staff.
- Do not turn towards the stadium if any signs of corona appear.
- If you notice any signs of corona in the stadium, please notify the management immediately.
- Take full care of the social distance sitting in the stadium and stay away from anyone in the BioSecure bubble.
- Be present in your seat at all times, except when leaving the restrooms or the stadium.
- Sanitize hands frequently.
- Cover your face when coughing or sneezing.
- Toilet facility
- No more than three people at a time will be able to go to the toilet. The security guards there will ensure that.
- Wash your hands regularly.
- Distance between seats
- There is a distance of two seats between two persons or each group.
- Any group can only consist of people living in the same house, but social distance must be maintained.
- One row must be left blank between two rows.
On the other hand, PCB Chief Operating Officer Salman Naseer said, “I thank the PCB for its support to the Ministry of Health and the NCOC.” Without their help, it would not have been possible for us to bring the spectators to the stadium in PSL 2021. Salman Naseer hopes that the cricket fans will respect the decision of the NCOC and implement all the protocols related to social distance, on the basis of which it was decided to increase the number of spectators in the last four matches of the event. Will be.’