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India cricket board investigating potential bubble breach by Test stars – Sydney Morning Herald

India’s players dined at a Melbourne restaurant in an apparent breach of Cricket Australia’s biosecurity protocols for the game’s $300 million summer.



Players and staff from both sides have strict conditions on their movement as part of measures to minimise the chances of the lucrative series being affected by any COVID-19 outbreak. They are allowed to eat out, but must be seated outdoors.
An India fan, Navaldeep Singh, posted footage on social media of the group at the restaurant, claiming he had paid the $118.69 bill for the players.
There is no suggestion the restaurant has acted inappropriately.
He also published pictures of players carrying…

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