By Bipin Dani
The Sri Lankan national players will be given the first dose of vaccination next Sunday. This was revealed by Prof. Arjuna de Silva, the Chairman of the Sri Lanka Cricket (board)
Speaking exclusively over the telephone from Colombo, de Silva, who is to take charge of the SLC on Tuesday, said, “The players will be called at the Health ministry campus on April 11 and the first dose of vaccination to them is scheduled on the same day. They will be given the Indian-made AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine.”
“We have also planned the second dose of vaccine after 2-3 months. The entire national squad (Test players and the Limited Over players) and the support staff will be given the vaccine,” De Silva further added.
The national team is set to return today, after the Sobers-Tissera trophy, played with the West Indies, was shared by both teams following no results produced in the two Tests.
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