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Different rules in every stadium in UAE to save IPL 2021 from the eyes of Corona, read new guidelines


Coronavirus in UAE: Some residents have undergone RT-PCR test nearly 100 times to enter Abu Dhabi since last year. Now it will not be mandatory for them to show the Kovid-19 test report before entering the capital of the country.

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The second part of the Indian Premier League-2021 is being organized in the United Arab Emirates. The situation of Corona in the country is under control and this is the reason why fans are being given entry to the stadium. The Indian diaspora in UAE is excited about India’s biggest sporting tournament. However, Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah are still eyeing Kovid-19. In order not to tarnish the glare of the event, some rules have been made for the spectators coming to watch the match, which will be mandatory to follow.

Must wear mask all the time
The new rules have also been shared with the eight franchises. According to the guidelines, fans visiting the Dubai International Cricket Stadium will not have to undergo a PCR test 48 hours before entering the stand, but they will have to show proof of taking both doses of the vaccine. In any stadium, spectators will have to wear masks at all times and it will be mandatory to follow all the rules of social distancing.
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Dubai and Sharjah have different rules
During this period, the rule of showing vaccination certificate will not apply to children below the age of 12 years only. Fans have been asked to download e-tickets in their mobiles to help them in scanning at the gate. Whereas in Sharjah, things of age are a bit different. Only people above 16 years of age will be allowed here. Here the spectators will not only have to show the vaccination certificate but they will also have to undergo a PCR test 48 hours before the match. If you want to watch matches then you must have green status on Al Hosn app.


What are the rules of Abu Dhabi Stadium
Visitors over the age of 16 must show a vaccination certificate at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi. PCR test will have to be done 48 hours before entering the stadium. Visitors in the age group of 12 to 15 years will not need a vaccination certificate but must have a PCR test report. Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult over the age of 21. Body temperature will be checked while entering the stadium. Keep in mind that once you go out of the stadium premises, entry will not be available again.


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