Fully vaccinated fans should have taken the second dose 14 days prior to the match
According to Cricket West Indies, the Government of Antigua and Barbuda has granted permission to have fully vaccinated spectators at all matches after consulting with the Ministry of Health, the Antigua & Barbuda Cricket Association (ABCA) and the national board.
CWI also added that the fully vaccinated fans should have taken the second dose of vaccine at least 14 days prior to the match that they wish to attend.
“We are happy to see the return of international women’s cricket to the West Indies and it’s great to see our West Indies Women’s players back in action as they face Pakistan Women,” Johnny Garve, CEO of CWI, said in a statement. “It is also wonderful that the fans will be able to attend all the matches and offer their support to the players.
“We give special thanks to the Government of Antigua & Barbuda who continue to work closely with CWI to ensure that we can host matches safely and for the first time since the start of the Pandemic see fans in the two stadiums.”
Alongside the senior teams, West Indies A will also face Pakistan A. The A teams will play their T20 matches on the same day and at the same venue, preceding the senior teams’ matches, beginning with the first day of matches at the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground on Wednesday.
CWI said that fans who purchase tickets will have to present their vaccination documentation and national ID to Ministry of Health representatives to validate their vaccination status and be permitted entry into the ground. Fans who are aged below 18 will not be allowed to watch the match live.