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Hockey Men’s Junior World Cup 2021 : Testing & Tracking on full swing

Hockey Men’s Junior World Cup 2021 : Testing & Tracking on full swing

Bhubaneswar, Nov 21 (UNI) Vineel Krishna, Sports Secretary, Odisha State Government on Sunday said despite the pandemic challenges the players should be able to train and play with full confidence and pride and return with a good experience.
"So, we are doing everything possible to prepare for the smooth conduct of the Games. We are working towards making this international sporting event, safe, secured and memorable for the junior hockey players who have come here with big dreams. Given the myriad challenges posed due to pandemic, the event officials led by the organising committee have tried to put together a flawless system of testing and tracking for an incident free event, said Mr Krishna.
On an average 500 tests are being conducted and same day reports are being generated by Regional Medical Research Centre. Every 72 hours each and very person including players, officials, hotel staff and associates involved with the event are retested. Designated officials of Sports and

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