Players will soon get clarity about the South Africa visit: Kohli

Members of the Indian cricket team will have a lot more clarity on the planned tour of South Africa in the coming days, given the country's health scare caused by the development of a new version of the unique coronavirus. Given the ever-changing circumstances, Virat Kohli confessed that the players have a lot of concerns about this issue, the bubble life, and SOPs, and that they are in regular contact with the Indian cricket board for information.

The discovery of a new coronavirus type termed Omicron in South Africa has sparked widespread worry, with many countries pulling their sports teams out of the country and others banning international travel to and from the country.

The Indian squad is due to depart on a chartered aeroplane on December 9, and the BCCI has stated that the trip is still on and that they are in close contact with Cricket South Africa and the Indian government regarding the situation.

Kohli said they are waiting for clarity from the BCCI, despite suggestions that the tour may be delayed by a few days. He stated that the players are concerned about the tour, the new Covid-19 type, and the limits that will be in place, and that chief coach Rahul Dravid has launched a team conference to hear their concerns and transmit them to the BCCI.

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