For D/N Test: Health kiosks, sanitisers and a gutka ban

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The spike in Covid circumstances in neighbouring Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh has put the well being authorities on excessive alert whilst 40,000 spectators are set to observe the primary day of the pink-ball Test on the new Motera Stadium.

“All the enclosures have been sanitised. Hand sanitisers will probably be out there aplenty. Face masks are obligatory. There will probably be a hole of 1 seat between two spectators. A complete of eight medical kiosks have been arrange contained in the stadium complicated for the followers.

The kiosks may have a complete of six medical doctors and 12 nurses. If somebody is detected with temperature and so forth., he/she will probably be taken to the kiosks. Three ambulances will probably be stationed, two for the general public and one for the gamers,” Gujarat Cricket Association (GCA) joint-secretary Anil Patel stated.

Tickets are priced between Rs 300 and Rs 2,500 per day. And to maintain this 110,000-seat “world-class structure” glowing clear, the GCA has even banned pan and gutka contained in the complicated.

The taking part in hours for the day-night Test has been set from 2.30 pm to 10 pm. The GCA secretary knowledgeable that Covid-linked evening curfew in Ahmedabad has been beginning at 11 pm, as an alternative of 10 pm from February 15. “The local authorities have changed the night curfew hours from February 15. It will help the fans,” he stated.

“It’s a matter of pride for us,” says Vijay Patel, 60, the previous Gujarat Ranji coach who has been watching cricket at Motera since 1983 when the venue hosted its first ever Test, between India and West Indies.

“The stadium has its own attraction. The day-night Test hugely adds to the excitement. Both combined, this is different. For a routine game, maybe I wouldn’t have come,” says Ajay Purohit, 26, who’s watching cricket from the stands for the primary time.

Even India captain Virat Kohli seems to have been taken in by the venue. “It does play on your mind. We would love for that atmosphere to be present and make life more difficult for the opposition,” he stated.

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