Dr. Daminda to represent SLC at ICC bio-safety briefing

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By Bipin Dani

Dr. Daminda Attanayake will represent Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) at the upcoming ICC and BCCI organised bio-safety meeting on Thursday.   

According to sources in the BCCI, the International Cricket Council (ICC) and the Indian cricket board have invited the representatives of all the World Cup participating nations to attend an online briefing on Thursday, where the Strategic Biosafety Plan will be discussed. 

"Dr. Daminda is a sport and exercise physician and is a Chief Compliance Officer with the SLC. She is also a head of the rehabilitation unit at the sports ministry and member of the SLC medical unit", a source said. 

"The strategic objective of the ICC Men's T20 World Cup Biosafety Plan is to develop straightforward easily understood protocols, that are objectively rational and strictly enforced to safeguard the wellbeing of participants, spectators and the communities of the UAE and Oman". 

The ICC has formulated the Biosafety Scientific Advisory Group of five members and India's Dr. Abhijit Salve is the Event Chief Medical Officer. The ICC event is being hosted by the Indian cricket board. 

Dr. David Musker (ICC's Covid Compliance Officer), Prof. Joe Toressi (Independent Biosafety Scientific Advisor), Dr. Peter Harcourt (Chairman of the ICC Medical Advisory Panel) and Dr. Gurjit Bhogal (Independent Medical Chair) are the other members of the group. 

Following representatives will attend the briefing, which is scheduled to take place at 2.30 pm (UAE time): Kate Beerworth & Alex Kountouris (Australia), Prasanth Panchada (Afghanistan), Debashish Chaudhary (Bangladesh), Dr. Nick Peirce & Moiz Moghal (England), Daminda Attanayake (Sri Lanka), Dayle Shackel (New Zealand), Dr. Shuaib Manjra (South Africa & ZW), Mark Rausa (Ireland), O. Gulston (West Indies) and Riaz Ahmed (Pakistan). 

The ICC's other officials, Ms. Vanessa Hibkirk and Lorraine D'Souza will also attend the briefing, it is learnt

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