The Hundred: Players and staff told to avoid shops and pubs to mitigate Covid-19 risks


They will not be confined to hotels, but have been asked to avoid areas where the risk of infection is high

Players and staff involved in the inaugural season of the Hundred have been encouraged to avoid shops, pubs and restaurants during the competition as the ECB hope to mitigate the risk of Covid-19 sweeping through entire teams.

The UK is due to relax its remaining Covid restrictions on July 19, two days before the start of the Hundred, but Public Health England provisions surrounding cases – which require the close contacts of a person who tested positive to self-isolate for 10 days – will continue until August 16, two days before the end of the tournament’s group stage.

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