New Delhi: The South African players who were participating in the Indian Premier League (IPL), will have to go through quarantine process in their respective homes on return to their homes, Cricket South Africa (CSA) said on Tuesday.
The 2021 IPL was postponed on Tuesday after the outbreak of positive covid-19 tests within the bio-bubble of the tournament in Ahmedabad and Delhi.
"Those travelling back to South Africa will undergo home quarantine in line with the current World Health Organization recommendations. CSA and the South African Cricketers Association (SACA) are in contact with all players and are assured of their safety and comfort in their respective locations," it said.
"CSA supports the decision to put the health and safety interests of all involved in the tournament first and foremost and has made contact with all of the relevant franchises to ensure the expedited travel of all South African players and support staff back to our shores," said the CSA.