As South Africa gamers mull avoiding the customary handshakes throughout their keep in India, the house staff led by Virat Kohli can be leaving no stones unturned to guarantee all precautionary measures are taken within the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
South Africa will play three ODIs towards India. The first match is in Dharamsala on March 12. Proteas head coach Mark Boucher had stated on Monday that they’ve a powerful medical staff who’ve suggested them in regards to the do’s and dont’s throughout their tour to India.
Leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal on Tuesday posted an image of him wearing a mask on the New Delhi airport on approach to Dharamshala. Chahal shared his photo on Instagram.
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— Yuzvendra Chahal (@yuzi_chahal) March 10, 2020
“With regards to handshakes and type of stuff that’s a concern, so it will probably be fine if we do the same if it comes to that. I think it’s a way to stop anything from happening to our guys,” Boucher had advised the media throughout his pre-departure press convention on Monday.
“We have a safety workers and if we have now medical considerations, we give it to them they usually give you suggestions. If they suppose it’s too harmful, they may pull us out….
“We had a pleasant transient final evening from medical workers in regards to the virus going round.. that may be a main concern. We will not be medical folks and we don’t know drugs like they do.
“So we have now taken their suggestions and I’m certain they’ve put stuff in locations that’s going to assist us.”