All members of the British Indian women’s cricket team were given the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine before their upcoming away series against England, starting on 16 June.
The Indian team, which is currently in quarantine in Mumbai, will start their UK tour with a one-off test in Bristol on June 16th. It will be followed by two T20Is on July 9 and 11 in Northampton and three ODIs starting on June 27.
“All the players on the women’s team received their first dose of vaccination. Most of them received it in their respective cities, while a few who did not received their first shots on Thursday,” a BCCI source said.
Rotate in all directions Deepti Sharma on Thursday she shared a photo in which she takes a hit on Twitter.
“Although I’m a little scared of needles, I still got vaccinated today. I urge people to get vaccinated as soon as possible! #GotTheDose # We4Vaccine #CovidVaccine,” she wrote on Twitter.
The source said most players had received the Covishield vaccine and would be given a second dose by the UK Health Department.
The Indian women’s team will travel to the UK with the men’s skipper-led team They grow kohli, on a charter flight on June 2.
The members of the Indian men’s team, including Koli, Mohamed Shami,, Adjinkya Rahane,, Cheteshwar Pujara,, Umesh Yadav,, Ishant Sharma,, Jasprit bumrah and Rishabh Pant, took the first blow of the COVID-19 vaccine at various centers in the country.
Players are expected to take their second dose of Covishield in the UK.
Kohli and Co. will face New Zealand in the final of the World Test Championship in Southampton on June 18, before facing England in a series of five tests.