To attend the Guyana T20Is between the West Indies and Pakistan, fans must be properly vaccinated

Western India is back to Guyana and fully-vaccinated fans can see the T20 squad working as the ICC T20 World Cup preparations continue later this year.

In the last three matches in the PSO Cup on Saturday, July 31st, Sunday, Aug. 1st and Tuesday, August 3rd, the defending T20 World Champions will play Pakistan at the Guyana National Stadium.

These are the final three matches of T20I played by the West Indies in the Caribbean in 2021 before the ICC T20 World Cup roster was selected.

In cooperation with the Cricket West Indies (CWI) the Government of Guyana and the Guyanese Cricket Board (GCB) have been working together to secure the participation of fully vaccinated supporters.

Two weeks in advance of the match, fully vaccinated fans are those who have got their second dosage of COVID-19.

The audience will also need to don facemasks to make their way inside the bouts and thereafter wear masks. Fans will also have to be at all times socially distant.

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