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Australian cricketers wear full PPE on flight to Delhi; Aussie PM tells IPL stars to make 'own arrangements' to return home

April 27, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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As the debate intensifies as to whether the lucrative Indian Premier League (IPL) tournament should play on amid a deadly Covid-19 second wave, Australian international David Warner was adhering to strict safety protocols as he took an internal flight in the country for a match.

(CNN)As the debate intensifies as to whether the lucrative Indian Premier League (IPL) tournament should play on amid a deadly Covid-19 second wave, Australian international David Warner was adhering to strict safety protocols as he took an internal flight in the country for a match.

Morrison also told Australian cricketers playing in the IPL that they will not be able to return home ahead of other Australians currently stranded in the country.

Australia international Chris Lynn says he's requested that Cricket Australia charter a plane for Australian players to help them come home once the IPL finishes.

"I texted back that as Cricket Australia make 10 per cent of every IPL contract, was there a chance we could spend that money this year on a charter flight once the tournament is over?" Lynn, who says he's "comfortable" in the bubble environment, told Reuters.

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