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Visitors’ Request to Ease Rules Takes Ugly Turn After Queensland Minister Says, ‘Don’t Come’

There are clouds over the fourth and remaining Test between India and Australia, to be hosted at Brisbane. While the Indians have made it clear that they don’t want to go to Queensland resulting from strict Covid guidelines, however the Australian staff appears to haven’t any downside with it. A supply from the Indian staff had informed Cricbuzz, “If you have a look at it, we have been quarantining for 14 days in Dubai earlier than touchdown in Sydney and doing so for an additional 14 days. That means we have been in a tough bubble for almost a month earlier than popping out. What we don’t need now’s to quarantine once more on the finish of the tour.

There are clouds over the fourth and remaining Test between India and Australia, to be hosted at Brisbane. While the Indians have made it clear that they don’t want to go to Queensland resulting from strict Covid guidelines, however the Australian staff appears to haven’t any downside with it. A supply from the Indian staff had informed Cricbuzz, “If you have a look at it, we have been quarantining for 14 days in Dubai earlier than touchdown in Sydney and doing so for an additional 14 days. That means we have been in a tough bubble for almost a month earlier than popping out. What we don’t need now’s to quarantine once more on the finish of the tour.

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“We aren’t eager on going to Brisbane if it means being caught within the lodge once more, apart from going to the bottom. Instead we don’t thoughts being in another metropolis, enjoying each Test matches there to finish the collection and returning residence,” he added.

“All we’re saying is the boys have been in various states of lockdowns and bubbles for nearly six months now. And it’s not been easy for anyone.”

But as reported by Fox Cricket, the Queensland authorities members hit again on Sunday.

The state’s Health Shadow Minister Ros Bates has stated: “If the Indians don’t want to play by the rules, don’t come.”

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Queensland’s Shadow Sports Minister Tim Mander stated, “If the Indian cricket team wants to spit the dummy and disregard quarantine guidelines in Brisbane for the fourth Test, then they shouldn’t come,” Mander stated.

“The same rules must apply for everyone. Simple.”



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