IPL players will be treated in COVID free hospital if injured: Medical Manager

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Published on April 29, 2021 - Duration: 01:23s

IPL players will be treated in COVID free hospital if injured: Medical Manager

In light of the severe COVID situation in the country, the Indian Premier League has enforced stricter restrictions in the bubble in place.

Those inside the bubble can't come outside of bubble and if they come out of bubble in case of any injury on ground, they may be isolated in other place for the safety of players and supporting staff, said Doctor Yash Gulati, who is the one of the two Chief Medical Coordinator providing Medical Cover to IPL in Delhi.

Amid growing concerns about the viability of the Indian Premier League Dr Gulati said, "If players, supporting staffs will injured then we will going to treat them in COVID free hospital."


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