Whenever boxing is restored in the country, in view of the coronavirus epidemic, they will be without spectators and will be in well-ventilated places instead of air-conditioned places, and officials above 60 years of age will not be able to visit the competition venue.
In the 19-page standard operating procedure for the practice and resumption of competitions in boxing, the Indian Boxing Federation has laid down the same guidelines regarding health as suggested by the Sports Authority of India.
There is a page of the protocol that will be implemented when the boxing events are restored at the national level. It said, "Competitions will be without an audience. Only a limited number of necessary people will be given admission there. There will be a reduction in the number of volunteers. ”It said,“ Avoid air-conditioned premises because they can spread the infection. There will be events on open-air vents only.
There is currently no boxing competition, but in October November, the BFI wants to have a national tournament, which will be followed by the Asian Championship. Another guideline stated, 'Officers older than 60 years of age will not be at the competition venue because they are at greater risk of infection.'
Boxers and officials will be given separate rooms during the competitions. Along with this, there will be no dining hall but lunch and dinner will be available in the packet.
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